Definition of Business organization
1. Noun. A commercial or industrial enterprise and the people who constitute it. "A racially integrated business concern"
Category relationships: Business, Business Enterprise, Commercial Enterprise
Examples of category: Shipping Room
Generic synonyms: Enterprise
Specialized synonyms: Agency, Brokerage, Carrier, Common Carrier, Chain, Business Firm, Firm, House, Dealership, Franchise, Maker, Manufacturer, Manufacturing Business, Partnership, Processor, Shipbuilder, Underperformer
Member holonyms: Division
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Literary usage of Business organization
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1. Readings in Industrial Society: A Study in the Structure and Functioning of by Leon Carroll Marshall (1918)
"TYPES OF business organization- In an individualistic competitive economic society every competent individual of mature age is a potential entrepreneur. ..."
2. Proceedings of the second Pan American scientific congress: Washington, U. S by Glen Levin Swiggett (1917)
"TEACHING business organization AND ADMINISTRATION. By ARTHUR SWANSON, Northwestern University School of Commerce. The title, business organization and ..."
3. A Manual of Corporate Organization: Containing Information, Directions and by Thomas Conyngton (1913)
"business organization Modern commercial and industrial activity require a form of ... The usual forms of business organization are the partnership and the ..."
4. Corporation Procedure: Law, Finance, Accounting by Thomas Conyngton, Robert Joseph Bennett, Paul Whittier Pinkerton, Hugh Ronald Conyngton (1922)
"Forms of business organization > Wherever business is carried on, there are to be found three basic forms of business organization: 1. ..."
5. Outlines of Economics by Richard Theodore Ely, Thomas Sewall Adams (1908)
"CHAPTER X business organization THE dominance of " business" in our present social economy is so familiar and commonplace a thing that we are apt to forget ..."