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Corporate group

A corporate group or group of companies is a collection of parent and subsidiary companies that function as a single economic entity through a common source of control. The concept of group is often used in tax laws, Accounting and law company to ...

                                               

Corporate haven

Corporate modern, corporate taxes, or a multinational tax haven is a jurisdiction that the international corporations find attractive for the creation of subsidiaries or the inclusion of regional or main headquarters of the company, mainly due to ...

                                               

Corporate jargon

Corporate jargon, variously known as corporate speak, corporate lingo, business jargon, management speak, workplace jargon, or commercialese corporatese jargon often used in large corporations, bureaucracies, and similar workplaces. Using corpora ...

                                               

Corporate recovery

Corporate recovery and rescue conducted by professional accountants, who are trained to help guide a company to financial and other difficulties. This work is usually done at the initiative of the Directors of the company and, as a rule, is carri ...

                                               

Corporate tax

Corporate income tax, also called Corporation tax or company tax is the direct tax to another jurisdiction on income or capital of corporations or similar legal entities. Many countries imposed such taxes at the national level, and such a tax may ...

                                               

Corporate welfare

Corporate welfare is often used to describe governments bestowal of money grants, tax breaks or other special favorable treatment to corporations. It highlights how rich corporations have much more support than the poor. The definition of corpora ...

                                               

Cost estimation models

Model evaluation of the value of mathematical algorithms or parametric equations used to estimate the cost of the product or project. The results of the models is usually necessary for permission to continue, and are included in business plans, b ...

                                               

Cost-plus contract

"Cost-plus" contract, also called contract "cost-plus" is a contract where the contractor is paid all their expenses, and additional payments as profit. Contracts reimbursements to contrast with the contract with a fixed price where the contracto ...

                                               

Counting house

The counting house or counting room was traditionally the office where the financial books of the business conducted. In addition, the business received contracts and correspondence relating to the requirements for payment. How to use the countin ...

                                               

Country risk

Country risk refers to the risk of investments or lending in the country arising from possible changes in the business environment that may adversely affect operating profits or the value of assets in the country. For example, financial factors s ...

                                               

Country-of-origin effect

Country of origin effect, also known as made-in image and the nationality bias, is a psychological effect describing how consumers attitudes, perceptions and purchase decisions depends on the country of origin marking of products. Since 1965 it h ...

                                               

Creative professional

Creative professional, which is also known as a creative specialist is a person that is used for the extraction of skills in creative endeavors. Creative professions include writing, art, design, theater, television, radio, cinema, crafts, relate ...

                                               

Creative services

Creative services in the sector of creative industries, a part of the economy that creates wealth by offering creativity for rent to other businesses. Creative services also means a Department within the company that does creative work such as wr ...

                                               

Creeping normality

Creeping normality is the way a significant change can be accepted as the normal situation if it happens slowly, through a subtle transformation. The change could be considered controversial, if it took place in a single step or short period. The ...

                                               

Critical path method

Critical path method or critical path analysis is an algorithm for scheduling set of project activities. Its typically used in conjunction with the program evaluation and review technique. The critical path is determined by identifying the longes ...

                                               

Critical success factor

The critical success factor is the term control element that is necessary for an organization or project to achieve its mission. To achieve their goals, they need to be aware of each of the key success factors and the difference between the keys ...

                                               

Critical to quality

Critical to quality is an attribute of part, unit, site, product, or process that is literally critical to quality or more precisely, has a direct and significant impact on its actual or perceived quality.

                                               

Cross-docking

Cross-docking is the practice of organization of unloading materials from an incoming semitrailer truck or railroad car and loading these materials directly into outbound trucks, trailers or wagons with virtually no storage. This can be done to c ...

                                               

CTQ tree

CTQ trees are the key measurable characteristics of a product or process whose standards or specification limits must be met to satisfy the customer. They align improvement or development with customer requirements. Angle ctqs are used to decompo ...

                                               

Cultural synergy

Cultural interaction is a term from work by Nancy Adler of McGill University which describes an attempt of combining two or more crops on the letterhead of the organization or environment that is based on a combination of strength, knowledge and ...

                                               

Custom house

Custom or custom traditionally, housing offices for government officials, carried out functions related to the import and export of goods to countries, such as the collection of customs duty on imported goods. Custom, usually located in a seaport ...

                                               

Customer base

The client base is a group of customers that repeatedly buy products or services of the business. These customers are the main source of revenue for the company. Customer base can be considered the target market of the business where customer beh ...

                                               

Customer delight

Customers will appreciate the amazing customer exceeds his or her expectations and thus creating a positive emotional reaction. This emotional reaction leads to word of mouth. Customer satisfaction directly affects sales and profitability of the ...

                                               

Customer involvement management

Managing customer acquisition, CIM, is the method of marketing management that takes customer orientation further than customer relationship management. CIM identifies and develops ways to attract customers in business and product development pro ...

                                               

Customer knowledge

Knowledge of the customer is a combination of experiences, values, and representation of information, which is needed, created and absorbed during the transaction and the exchange between customers and the enterprise. Campbell defines customer kn ...

                                               

Customer retention

Customer retention is the ability of the company or product to keep their customers for a certain period. High customer retention means customers of the product or business, as a rule, return to, continue to buy or in any other way not defect to ...

                                               

Customer satisfaction

The customer satisfaction is a term frequently used in marketing. It is a measure of how products and services supplied by a company meet or surpass customers expectations. Customer satisfaction is defined as "the number of customers or percentag ...

                                               

Customer switching

In marketing and microeconomics, switching customers or consumers switching describes the "customer / consumer to reject the goods or services in favor of a competitor". At a constant price level, quality of products or services, preventing this ...

                                               

Customization (international marketing)

The setting is in the context of international marketing in the country, given the product strategy that focuses on border differences in the needs and desires of the target audience, consequently changing the products to match local market condi ...

                                               

Central Business Register (Denmark)

The Danish Central business register the Central government a register containing primary data on all businesses in Denmark, regardless of economic and organizational structure, with the exception of personal companies with an annual turnover of ...

                                               

Daigou

Daigou is a new form of cross-border exports, in which the individual or syndicated group of exporters outside of China, buy goods for customers in China, in order to either illegal or legal to use loopholes to bypass customs duties on foreign goods.

                                               

Debtor-in-possession financing

The debtor-in-possession financing or financing is a special form of financing for companies that are in financial distress, typically during restructuring under corporate bankruptcy law. Usually, this debt is senior to all other debt obligations ...

                                               

Delivery (commerce)

Delivery the process of transporting goods from a source location to a certain destination. There are different types of delivery. Goods, primarily delivered via roads and railroads on land, sea routes to the sea and airline networks in the air. ...

                                               

Delivery schedule adherence

Delivery schedule adherence is a business metric used to calculate the timeliness of deliveries from suppliers. It is a commonly used supply chain metric and forms part of the quality, cost, delivery group of performance indicators.

                                               

Deployment flowchart

Deployment diagram is a tool to display business process used to articulate the steps and stakeholders of this process. "Deployment flowcharts consist of a sequence of operation steps, as well as interaction between persons or groups." Each parti ...

                                               

Design manufacture service

Design services, fabrication business model that combines contract product design with contract manufacturing as a service for other companies that have inadequate or lack the necessary resources. The customer often focuses on other aspects of th ...

                                               

Digital Invoice Customs Exchange (DICE)

A digital invoice customs exchange is the idea of protection designed to prevent ways of tax avoidance, such as suppression of sales in the domestic trade and missing trader fraud, transfer pricing in cross-border trade. As such, the implementati ...

                                               

Dilutive security

Dilutive securities are financial instruments, typically options, warrants, convertible bonds - which increase the number of ordinary shares, in the case of its application, reducing, or "dilutes", basic earnings per share. Thus, only where dilut ...

                                               

Diplomatic correspondence

Diplomatic correspondence is a correspondence between one state and another state and, as a rule, formal. Should several of the most widely observed customs and style of composition, substance, presentation and delivery, and generally can be divi ...

                                               

Distribution (marketing)

Distribution is one of the four elements of the marketing mix. Distribution is the process of creating a product or service available for consumer or business user that needs it. This can be done directly from the manufacturer or vendor, or throu ...

                                               

Dogs of the Dow

Dogs of the Dow is an investment strategy popularized by Michael B. o Higgins in 1991 and the official dogs of the Dow website which assumes that an investor annually select for investment the ten Dow Jones stock whose dividend is the highest par ...

                                               

Drawdown (economics)

Drawdown is the decline from a historical peak in some variable. More formally, if x T and T ≥ 0 {\textstyle HT\,T\geq 0} is a random process with X 0 = 0 {\textstyle x0=0}, the drawdown at time t {\the style property display value T}, let D T {\ ...

                                               

Drawdown cover ratio

The ratio of subsidence cover is one of the key terms in project Finance funding agreements. It compares the projected maximum debt forecast net present value of the project cash flows over the life of the loan.

                                               

Due diligence

Examination of the investigation or implementation of care that a reasonable business or person would be expected to take before entering into an agreement or contract with the other party, or act with a certain level of service. It may be a lega ...

                                               

Earnings

Profit net gain from operations of corporations. Profit is also the amount on which corporate tax. For the analysis of certain aspects of the companies several more specific terms are used as EBIT -- earnings before interest and tax EBITDA - earn ...

                                               

Earnings call

The challenge of earning the call or webcast in which a public company discusses the financial results of the reporting period. The name comes from the earnings per share, below the line number in the statement of profit and loss is divided by th ...

                                               

Elemental cost planning

Elemental cost planning is a system of cost planning and cost control, typically for buildings, which includes the cost of the system should be monitored during design development. 1951 was published in the Ministry of education Bulletin No. 4, w ...

                                               

Elevator pitch

An Elevator pitch, Elevator speech, or statement, Elevator brief description of the idea, product or company, which explains the concept in such a way that any listener could understand it in a short time. This description usually explains who ca ...

                                               

Emerging market

Growing market-a market that has some characteristics of a developed market, but does not fully meet its standards. This includes markets that may be developed markets in the future or in the past. The term "frontier market" is used for developin ...

                                               

Empire-building

Empire-building is the practice of attempting to obtain more power and authority in the organization in order to self-aggrandizement, especially when there are additional employees or subordinates. In political science, Empire-building refers to ...

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