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biz nuh spur suhn

  • n  a capitalist who engages in industrial commercial enterprise

  • But I ultimately decided I'd like to spend more of my time as a businessperson.
  • More than any other single businessperson, Walker unveiled the vast economic potential of an African-American economy, even one stifled and suffocating under Jim Crow segregation.
  • I am a businessperson; I work in an office with a management team; I work on both the business side and the creative side.
News & Articles

  • Seven Android Apps Delivering Users from Professional and Personal Sin by @content_muse
    The businessperson of today has more options than those of yore. But, despite our conveniences and trespassed tech advancements, we have not found way to gain more energy or time. Doh! We can’t slow time or speed production (too much), but we can be mindful of how we organize ourselves, straying from cardinal sins [...] Author information Anthony ...
    June 20, 2013 - Search Engine Journal

  • Jimmy Wales in Geelong Advertiser
    I'm not much of a businessperson,Mr Wales said. "I just think, if we provide something people enjoy, they'll come and we'll figure out how to make money. How much money? I don't know." "I don't really get analysts on these things, I...
  • P Chidambaram in Indian Muslims
    Ask any businessperson, and he or she will tell you that this is the best time to have a business in India and also find your way to do business in other countries of the world,said Chidambaram Wednesday at the Dhirubhai Ambani Auditorium of...
  • Darwin Walker in Carlisle Sentinel
    I always envisioned myself has an NFL football player, as an engineer and as a successful businessperson. These very same tactics I use on the field every Sunday,said Walker, who was recently traded to the Buffalo Bills from Philadelphia.

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