a person regularly employed in business, especially a white-collar worker, executive, or owner.
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noun (pl) -people, -persons
a person engaged in commercial or industrial business, esp as an owner or executive
noun restructuring an organization by means of a radical reassessment of its core processes and predominant competencies BPR
a form of mail, as a postcard, letter, or envelope, usually sent as an enclosure, and which can be mailed back by respondents without their having to pay postage.
business software alliance company The BSA was created by Microsoft in 1988 in an attempt to combat software theft. The alliance includes the majority of leading software publishers including Novell, Symantec, and Autodesk and is actively campaigning in over 65 countries. The BSA operates a three-pronged approach: 1. Lobbying to strengthen copyright laws and co-operation […]
a suit, especially one of conservative cut and color. Compare suit (defs 2, 3). Historical Examples Evening Dress W. D. Howells The American Language Henry L. Mencken