What Is a Business?
A business is defined as an organization or enterprising entity engaged in commercial, industrial, or professional activities. Businesses can be for-profit entities or non-profit organizations that operate to fulfill a charitable mission or further a social cause.
The term business also refers to the organized efforts and activities of individuals to produce and sell goods and services for profit. Businesses range in scale from a sole proprietorship to an international corporation. Several lines of theory are engaged with understanding business administration including organizational behavior, organization theory, and strategic management.
People have conducted business since ancient times; historically, businesses have involved mercantile operations, trade guilds, or shared agricultural production.
The Basics of a Business
Generally, a business begins with a business concept (the idea) and a name. Depending on the nature of the business, extensive market research may be necessary to determine whether turning the idea into
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The first stage in the opening up of one of the continent’s
largest telecoms markets is now complete as Ethiopia’s communications regulator
has revealed that it has received interest from 12 potential buyers of two
Up to now, state-owned Ethio Telecom has had a monopoly
on the phone and internet business in Ethiopia, which has a population of 109
The introduction of competition could transform the market
and boost the number of mobile subscribers, which stood at 37 million in 2017
according to the World Bank.
In a statement, the Ethiopia Communications Authority (ECA) said
that of the 12 submissions, nine were from telecoms operators, two were from
non-telecoms companies and one was incomplete.
Among those interested are:
A joint South African-Kenyan-British bid from Vodafone,
Vodacom, and Safaricom
- South African company MTN
Responsible Small Dollar Loans Pilot Program
Senate Bill 318 (Chap. 467, Stats. 2013) was signed into law on October 1, 2013 and is operative January 1, 2014. The bill created the Pilot Program for Increased Access to Responsible Small Dollar Loans (RSDL) to increase the availability of responsible small dollar installment loans of at least $300 but less than $2,500. Finance lenders who are licensed underthe CFLL and approved by the Commissioner of Business Oversight (Commissioner) to participate in the program may charge specified alternative interest rates and charges, including an administrative fee and delinquency fees, on loans of at least $300 but less than $2,500, subject to certain requirements. Licensees participating in the program are also permitted to use the services of a finder as defined in Section 22371 of the Financial Code.
Licensees under the former pilot program for affordable credit-building opportunities:
Effective January 1, 2014, Senate Bill
Banking products and services are subject to bank and credit approval. BMO Harris Bank N.A.
Notice to Customers
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, federal law (USA Patriot Act (Title III of Pub. L. 107 56 signed into law October 26, 2001)) requires all financial organizations to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask you to provide a copy of your driver’s license or other identifying documents. For each business or entity that opens an account, we will ask for your name, address and other information that will allow us to identify the entity. We may also ask you to provide a copy of your
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For investors remaining sidelined after the market’s impressive bounce back, the opportunity may now be too enticing to ignore. According to J.P. Morgan strategist Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou, COVID-19 will drive equity supply growth as companies pivot away from buybacks in an effort to raise capital, with 2019 marking the first time since 2015 that the net supply of shares, or the share issuance adjusted for de-listings and buybacks, increased materially.Alarming for investors, the previous decade-long trend of declining equity supply in part fueled the market’s bull run as buybacks pushed earnings higher. Some analysts also point out that a larger equity supply could weigh on stocks and cause volatility if companies don’t purchase shares when their stocks fall.Panigirtzoglou, however, takes a different stance. He notes that the drop in buybacks hasn’t negatively impacted the market yet. In fact, he argues the low returns for both bonds and cash will