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Streetcar Railway Post Office

Railway post office streetcar routes operating in several major U.S. cities in the period of 1890 and 1920-ies. The final route was in Baltimore, Maryland. Mobile post office society, affiliate 64 of the American philatelic society, has published ...

                                               

Supermercados Super Selectos

Supermercados Selectos super-network of El Salvador supermarket. The company consists of Supermercados de todo and Selectos market. Super Selectos Supermercados operates 80 stores in 14 Salvadoran departments. The company does not apply to Puerto ...

                                               

Superior Council for Private Enterprise

The Supreme Council of private enterprise is the leading business chamber in Nicaragua. As of April 2018, its President Jose Adan Aguerri. COSEP was influential in 2018 the proposed reforms to social security in Nicaragua and as a result of the p ...

                                               

Supply-Chain Council

The Council of supply chain is an independent nonprofit organization. As inter-industry standard for supply chain management, SCC has developed and endorsed the supply chain operations reference-model the reference model of the process of supply ...

                                               

Sweatworking

Sweatworking business networks, and physical exercise and so working up a sweat. This way of working originated in the U.S. and began to promote in London in 2012, where gyms offer services and classes of this kind. Journalist Lucy Kellaway tried ...

                                               

Synthetic replication

Synthetic replication was first introduced in Europe in 2001. Synthetic replication is done using the type of exchange-traded funds. An important attribute of this particular type of funds is that it does not have the securities posted on its ben ...

                                               

System sales

System sales is a business term used in the Franchising industry. Franchisors provide supplies, marketing and administrative services for the franchisee in exchange for a portion of the proceeds of the franchisee. Some franchisors also operate so ...

                                               

SZSE 100 Index

Index SZSE 100 index are the Shenzhen stock exchange. It consists of SZSE 100 index and SZSE 100 return using the same components, but different methods. Despite the fact that it was conceived as "blue chips" the index of the Shenzhen stock excha ...

                                               

SZSE 200 Index

SZSE 200 index is a sign of the Shenzhen stock exchange. It consists of SZSE 200 price index, SZSE 200 back, using the same components, but different methods. It was a sub-index of the SZSE 300 index, which consists of all components of the SZSE ...

                                               

SZSE 300 Index

The price index of the SZSE 300 index and its subindexes the index SZSE 100 index SZSE 200 price indices Shenzhen stock exchange, representing the top 300 companies in the free float adjusted market capitalization. Sub-indices are presented top-1 ...

                                               

SZSE Component Index

Index SZSE 100 - top 100 companies. The SZSE 200 101st to 300th with. Index SZSE 300 - top 300 companies. The SZSE 700 301-th to 1000-th. Index, SZSE 1000 - the top 1000 companies. Index SZSE composite index of all shares of all companies on the ...

                                               

T-shaped skills

The concept of T-shaped skills, or T-shaped persons is a metaphor used in job to describe human abilities in the workforce. A vertical bar in the letter T represents the depth of related skills and experience in one field and the horizontal bar i ...

                                               

Takahashi method

The Takahashi method is a method of deployment is extremely simple and distilled visual slides for presentations. It is similar to the Lessig method created by Harvard Professor and former presidential candidate Lawrence Lessig. It is named after ...

                                               

Techno-economic assessment

Feasibility study or feasibility analysis is a methodology framework for analysis of technical and economic parameters of the process, product or service. Tea is usually combines process modeling, design, and economic evaluation. Examples of the ...

                                               

Technographic segmentation

Technographic segmentation is a research tool of market analysis used to identify and profile the characteristics and behaviors of consumers in the process of market segmentation. Traditionally market researchers focused on various demographic, p ...

                                               

Technology Centre of New Jersey

At the technology centre of new Jersey is a Science Park in North Brunswick township, new Jersey, USA, was established in the new Jersey economic development authority, high technology business incubator. It can accommodate individual research, a ...

                                               

Technology company

The Technology company is the type of business that specializiruetsya mainly on developing and manufacturing products or providing technology as a service. "Technology" in this context means primarily electronics technology. This may include, for ...

                                               

Telephone interview

Telephone interviews are often conducted by employers in the first round of interviews in the process of hiring, this type of interview allows the employer to screen candidates on the candidates experience, qualifications and salary expectations ...

                                               

Ten-year occupational employment projections

Ten years of professional employment forecast is a projection developed by the U.S. Bureau of labor statistics labour statistics and employment. Projections of professional employment, along with other information about occupations, published in ...

                                               

Tender board

The tender Committee is the Committee or Agency participating in the public procurement procedure. He formulates the requirements for the intended purchase of goods or services, collects these statements in the tender documentation hand these doc ...

                                               

Time spent listening

Listening is one of the measurements surveyed by Nielsen audio in determining ratings for radio stations in the United States. This is equivalent to the average time open, daily, or weekly. TSL is defined as the amount of time the average listene ...

                                               

TL 9000

TL 9000 is a quality management practice designed by the quest forum in 1998. It was created to focus on the directives of the supply chain across the international telecommunications industry, including in the United States. As with ISO / TS 169 ...

                                               

Total Intelligence Solutions

Total intelligence solutions, LLC, is a risk management and consulting company with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia. The company provides assessment of threats and vulnerabilities, data capture capabilities, physical and information security, ...

                                               

Total revenue share

Total income is the percentage of the direct costs associated with income. Direct costs consist of product cost and marketing costs. The ratio of expenses necessary for the execution of the order. The rest is gross profit.

                                               

Trade journalism

Records of the trade of journalism on the behavior and events of the business world through articles or analysis. Trade journalism also refers to industry news, such as exclusive focus on commodities or sectors. Due to its business nature, trade ...

                                               

Trade Mart

The term Mall can be a common English reference to any sizable commercial enterprise. Well known individual trade marts include: International Trade Mart. (Международной Торговли Март) Dallas Trade Mart. (Торговля Даллас Март)

                                               

Treasury services

Treasury services is a function of the investment Bank which provides transaction, investment and information services to financial Directors and treasurers. Treasury services concentrates and invests client money and provides trade Finance and l ...

                                               

Trigger agreement

The term trigger agreement applies to the tactics used by the service employees International Union during their justice for janitors campaign. If employers agree not to interfere with the organization of SEIUs effort, money promises not to begin ...

                                               

Trough (economics)

In the economy, through low fracture or a local minimum of the economic cycle. The time evolution of many variables of Economics exhibit was followed by a wave like behavior with local maxima to local minima. The economic cycle can be defined as ...

                                               

Trunk show

A private screening is an event in which vendors present merchandise directly to store personnel or customers in the store or at another location such as a hotel room. In many cases it allows store personnel to preview and / or purchase merchandi ...

                                               

Tullett Brown

Tullett brown society was land banking and carbon credit fraud, which was dissolved by the British official receiver in March 2012. After the company was liquidated, the fraud continued through the associated company Foxstone Carr Ltd. Tullett br ...

                                               

Tumbhi

Tumbhi is a leading online community for artists and art lovers. Tumbhi provides a platform to discover, develop and use talents.

                                               

Turnkey supplier

Supplier of "turnkey" is a term that refers to a company that produces components or finished products that are then rebranded and sold to consumers at a more famous brand. Brand name the companys focus on innovation, product design and sales, wh ...

                                               

Uccel

UCCEL Corp install was previously called University computing company, Bureau of data processing on the campus of southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. It was founded by brothers Wiley in 1963. Change the name in the middle of 1980-ies ...

                                               

Unissued stock

Unissued stock is stock which has been authorized in the Charter of the company, but never sold. It differs from the Treasury shares of which Treasury shares were issued and repurchased by the company, while the unissued shares never had been issued.

                                               

Unwins

Unwins was a Kent-based chain of 381 off-license sale of alcoholic beverages, retail outlets focused on London and the South East. Unwins was founded in 1843, and went insolvent on 19 December 2005. 200 ex-Unwin stores were subsequently sold to r ...

                                               

V-business

in business is selling real or virtual products from a virtual world. V-business or virtual business is a term first mentioned in "e-Commerce and business: business models for global success," Stuart Barnes, Brian hunt, et al. IBM strategic persp ...

                                               

Valmont Industries

Valmont Industries, Inc. a large, public American manufacturer of Valley center pivot and linear equipment, windmill support structures, lighting & traffic poles and steel utility poles. Their corporate office, main plant and the Department of av ...

                                               

Vendor

In the supply chain, vendor, or seller, is an enterprise that contributes goods or services. As a rule, a supply chain vendor manufactures inventory / stock and sells them the next link in the chain. Today, these terms refer to the supplier of an ...

                                               

Vendor on premises

Vendor on premises shall be determined by agreement of the customer sites, temporary help services through an exclusive, longterm General contractor relationship with a temporary help company. On the designated VOP may enter subcontracting relati ...

                                               

Vertical restraints

Vertical restraints are competition restrictions in agreements between firms or individuals at different levels of the production process and distribution. Vertical restraints should be distinguished from so-called "horizontal restrictions", whic ...

                                               

Volvo Deal

Volvo Internet was the plan of industrial cooperation between Norway and Sweden that Norway should get a 40% stake in Volvo cars manufacturing concern, while the Volvo would get the control over oil resources on the Norwegian continental shelf. T ...

                                               

Western Bridge and Construction Company

The Western bridge and construction company in Omaha, Nebraska, was one of the foremost bridge engineering and manufacturing companies in the Midwestern United States. Several of their bridges are now listed on the national register of historic p ...

                                               

Whitfield & King

Whitfield & king was an architectural partnership between Henry Davis Whitfield and Beverly Sedgwick king. A number of firms have been listed on the national register of historic places. Works include: Engineering co-operatives and engineers club ...

                                               

Whole product

In marketing, the overall product is a versatile product with everything you need for the customer to have a compelling reason to buy. The main product is a tangible product that the client is experiencing. The whole product typically complements ...

                                               

Wicked Weasel

Wicked weasel is an Australian manufacturer of swimwear and underwear for women. It is especially known for its microkinis. The company was founded in 1994 by Peter Gifford, formerly the bass guitarist of midnight and named after his girlfriends ...

                                               

William Watkins Ltd

William Watkins Ltd one of the first tugboat owning companies in the world, was founded by John Rogers Watkins in 1833. Already in the first years of their oars, tug boats often Sail-assisted, was seen in ports all over the world. The most famous ...

                                               

Wisconsin Valley Improvement Company

The companys improvement Wisconsin valley is a private company chartered by section 182.70 of the Wisconsin Statute. The company is responsible for the organization of the flow from the upper tributaries of the Wisconsin river, and this flow affe ...

                                               

Work rule

                                               

Xometry

Xometry is the demand in the market of industrial parts based in 2013. She is based in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and raised a total of 3 million in venture financing. Its CEO and co-founder Randy Altschuler and some of his clients include BMW and G ...

                                               

Xyleco

Xyleco is a private research and manufacturing company in Wakefield, Massachusetts. Xyleco develops the process of converting biomass into useful products, including cellulosic ethanol. The composition of the Board of Directors consists of Steven ...

                                               

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Structural change

In the economy, structural change is a shift or change in the main direction of the market or economy or work. Such a change may be caused by such factors as economic development, global changes of capital and labor, changes in resource availabil ...

                                               

Chemical change

Chemical changes occur when a substance unites with another to form new substance called synthesis or, alternatively, a chemical decomposition into two or more different substances. These processes are called chemical reactions and, in General, n ...

                                               

Chemical reaction

A chemical reaction is a process that leads to the chemical transformation of one chemical substance to another. Classically, chemical reactions encompass changes that only involve the positions of electrons in the forming and breaking of chemica ...

                                               

Damage

Damage is any change in the business, often a physical object that degrades it away from its initial state. It can be widely defined as "changes to the system that adversely affects its current or future state". Harm "does not necessarily mean co ...

                                               

Instantaneous rate of change

The derivative of a function of a real variable measures the sensitivity to change of the function value with respect to a change in its argument. Derivatives are a fundamental tool of calculus. For example, the derivative of the position of a mo ...

                                               

Impermanence

Impermanence, also known as the philosophical problem of change, is a philosophical concept, which is regarded in various religions and philosophies.

                                               

Instantaneous rate of change

                                               

Meliorism

Meliorism is the idea of metaphysical thinking holding that progress is a real concept leading to improvement of the world. He believes that people can, through their interference with processes that would otherwise have been naturally lead to th ...

                                               

Rate of change (mathematics)

                                               

Reversal test

A reversal test was introduced in the context of the bioethics of human perfection Nick Bostrom and Toby Ord. given the fact that people can suffer from irrational status quo bias, how to distinguish valid criticism of the proposed increase in so ...

                                               

Sic transit gloria mundi

The phrase was used in the ritual of papal coronation ceremonies between 1409, when it was used at the coronation of Alexander V and 1963. As the newly chosen Pope proceeded from the sacristy of St. Peters in his sedia gestatoria, the procession ...

                                               

Social conflict theory

The theory of social conflict in the Marxist social theory which argues that individuals and groups within society interact on the basis of the conflict, not consensus. Through various forms of conflict, groups tend to receive a different amount ...

                                               

Social gadfly

The gadfly is a word that describes some types of insects, particularly parasitic to cattle, called gadflies, such as the warble fly, botfly, horse fly. The behavior of insects is used as the semantic root of the word identification with individu ...

                                               

Status quo

The status quo is a Latin phrase meaning the existing state of Affairs, especially regarding social or political issues. In a sociological sense, it generally applies to maintaining or changing existing social structure and values. As for the pol ...

                                               

Status quo bias

The status quo bias is an emotional bias, a preference for the current state of Affairs. The current baseline is taken as the reference point, and any change from that baseline is perceived as a loss. The status quo bias should be distinguished f ...

                                               

Structural fix

Structural correction is problem solving or conflict resolution, structural changes in the underlying structures that have led to or support these problems. According to Heberlein such changes, the change of human behavior through the regulation ...

                                               

Transformation in economics

Changes in the economy refers to a long-term change in dominant economic activities from the point of view of the dominant on the participation or employment status of the people. Economic system of the person undergo a number of deviations and d ...

                                               

Transformative learning

Transformative learning as theory, suggests that the process of "transformation" has three dimensions: psychological, convictional, and behavioral. Transformative learning is the expansion of consciousness through the transformation of basic worl ...

                                               

Conceptualism

In metaphysics, conceptualism is the theory that explains universality of the details of how the conceptual framework is within the mind. Intermediate between nominalism and realism, the conceptualist view approaches the metaphysical concept of u ...

                                               

Archiv fur Begriffsgeschichte

Archive fur Begriffsgeschichte is an annual peer-reviewed academic journal covering the study of the concepts of the history of philosophy and science. It was created in 1955, Erich Rothacker and current Editors of the Christian Bermes, Bush, Hub ...

                                               

Conceptual art

Conceptual art, also called conceptualism, is art in which the concept or idea involved in the work take precedence over traditional aesthetic, technical and material concerns. Some works of conceptual art, sometimes called installations, may be ...

                                               

Mental representation

Mental representation, in philosophy of mind, cognitive psychology, neurobiology and cognitive science, is a hypothetical internal cognitive symbol that represents external reality, or the thought process That makes use of such a symbol: "a forma ...

                                               

A priori and a posteriori

The Latin phrases a priori and a posteriori are philosophical terms popularized by Immanuel Kants Critique of pure reason, one of the most influential works in the history of philosophy. However, in their Latin form they appear in the Latin trans ...

                                               

Analytic–synthetic distinction

Analytic–synthetic distinction is a semantic distinction, used primarily in philosophy to distinguish judgments into two types: analytic and synthetic sentences sentences. Analytic sentences are true in virtue of its value, while synthetic judgme ...

                                               

Apollonian and Dionysian

The Apollonian and Dionysian is a philosophical and literary concept and the dichotomy / dialectic, on the basis of Apollo and Dionysus in Greek mythology. Several Western philosophical and literary figures have invoked this dichotomy in critical ...

                                               

Argument-deduction-proof distinctions

The argument, more fully premise-conclusion argument consists of two parts of a system consisting of premises and a conclusion. An argument is valid if and only if its conclusion is a consequence of its premises. Each set of background has an inf ...

                                               

Distinction (philosophy)

Distinction, the fundamental philosophical abstraction, involves the recognition of differences. In classical philosophy there were different ways in which it was impossible to discern. Purely logical or virtual distinctions like the difference b ...

                                               

Distinction without a difference

No difference is a type of logical error, when the author or speaker attempts to describe a distinction between two things where there is no significant difference does not exist. This is particularly used when a word or phrase has connotations a ...

                                               

Fact–value distinction

The fact–value distinction is a fundamental epistemological difference between: Reporting the importance of the normative or policy statements, which cover ethics and aesthetics, and studied through axiology. Statements about positive or descript ...

                                               

Formal distinction

In scholastic metaphysics, a formal distinction is a distinction intermediate between what is merely conceptual, and what is fully real or mind-independent. He made some philosophers are realists scholastic period in the thirteenth century, and, ...

                                               

Hume's fork

Humes fork is an explanation, developed by later philosophers, of the Department David Humes 1730-ies "relations of ideas" from "matters of fact and real existence". There is a distinction between necessary compared with the contingent a priori a ...

                                               

Infinite qualitative distinction

The infinite qualitative difference, sometimes translated as infinite qualitative difference, is a concept coined by the Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard. The difference emphasizes the different attributes of finite and temporal men and the i ...

                                               

Literal and figurative language

Literal and figurative language is a distinction in some areas, such as the analysis of language, in particular stylistics, rhetoric and semantics. In figurative or literal language uses words in a way that deviates from their conventionally acce ...

                                               

Master–slave morality

Master–slave morality is a Central theme of Friedrich Nietzsches works, especially in the first essay of his book on the genealogy of morality. Nietzsche argued that there are two basic types of morality: "master morality" and "slave morality". M ...

                                               

Paired opposites

In a pair of opposites is an ancient, pre-Socratic method of establishing thesis, antithesis and synthesis in terms of a standard that is right and proper in natural philosophy.

                                               

Primary/secondary quality distinction

Primary / secondary quality distinction is a conceptual distinction in epistemology and metaphysics, about the nature of reality. It is most clearly formulated by John Locke in his essay concerning human understanding, but earlier thinkers such a ...

                                               

Product/process distinction

The product / process distinction is the distinction between information production and information process consumer goods. Product information is information that relates to a consumer product, namely its price, quality and safety. The informati ...

                                               

Sense and reference

In the philosophy of language, the distinction between sense and reference is an innovation of the German philosopher and mathematician Gottlob Frege in 1892, reflecting the two sides, he believed, a singular term may make sense. Reference or ref ...

                                               

Sex and gender distinction

The distinction between sex and gender distinguishes the human being from biological sex, that the person, Gender, which can refer to either social roles based on sex of the person or personal identification of their own gender based on an intern ...

                                               

Type–token distinction

Token-type distinction is the difference between the naming object classes and naming individual instances of that class. Since each type can be represented by several tokens, usually more tokens than types of object. For example, in the sentence ...

                                               

Use–mention distinction

Use–mention distinction is a foundational concept of analytic philosophy, according to which a distinction must be made between using words and mentioning it, and many philosophical works have been "vitiated the failure to distinguish use and men ...

                                               

Gossen's laws

Gossens laws, named Hermann Heinrich Gossen are the three laws of Economics: The first law of Gossen is the law of diminishing marginal utility: that marginal utility decreases in the ranges relevant to decision-making. Gossens Second law, which ...

                                               

Gossen's second law

Gossens Second law”, named after Hermann Heinrich Gossen is the assertion that an economic agent will allocate his or her expenditures such that the ratio of marginal utility of each product or service, its price is equal to that of any other goo ...

                                               

Marginal abatement cost

The decline in prices is the cost of reducing the environmental negatives such as pollution. Marginal cost is an economic concept that measures the cost of an additional unit. The marginal cost of reducing emissions, in General, reflects the cost ...

                                               

Marginal concepts

In Economics, marginal concepts are associated with a specific change in the quantity of goods or services, unlike some, the concept of over-all significance of that class of goods or services, or of some total quantity.

                                               

Marginal cost

The conditional marginal cost is increased by one unit, then there is the cost of producing one more unit of the good. Intuitively, the marginal cost for each level of production includes the cost of additional materials necessary for the product ...

                                               

Marginal cost of capital schedule

                                               

Marginal demand

Marginal demand in the economy is the change in demand for a product or service in response to a specific change in its price. Typically, as prices for goods or service rise, demand falls, and Vice versa, as the prices of goods and services are f ...

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