She's got good business instincts,' he thought. 'I must make her grasp it once for all!' "Look here, Annette ! it's very simple, only it wants understanding. Our professional and leisured classes still think themselves a cut above our business classes,... In Chancery - Page 341by John Galsworthy - 1920Full view
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John Benson, Laura Ugolini - Business & Economics - 2003 - 269 pages
...business classes, except of course the very rich ... It isn't advisable in England to let people know you ran a restaurant or kept a shop or were in any...you don't have such a good time, or meet such nice people.35 It was not only in terms of social status that retailers' position was uncertain. During...