Business Words You Should Know: From accelerated Depreciation to Zero-based Budgeting - Learn the Lingo for Any Field

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Adams Media, Dec 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Do you know what Accounting Noise is? How about Illiquid? Bricks and Clicks? Any idea what GAAP, LBO, RFP, or SOW stand for? Let's face it: You can't survive the corporate jungle today unless you speak the language. It's time to learn!

With this easy-to-use, easy-to-understand guide, you will: Learn key business vocabulary and how to use it confidently Be able to reference critical terms from all areas of business Locate more than 1,000 clear definitions

Set up in dictionary style, Business Words You Should Know features not only definitions, but also offers sample sentences and similar terms for each entry, as well as lists of acronyms and common business concepts. Whether you're looking for a job or are already in the thick of today's challenge business environment, you'll speak the language of the pros in no time!

 

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P.T. Shank (Boston, MA) is a public speaker specializing in helping students improve self-presentation through improving their vocabularies. She tutors students for the SATs and GREs, and is a regular contributor to the Improper Bostonian, Women's Inc, The Rocky Mountain News, and The Boston Daily Metro.

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