- 3. the making of goods by hand or by machine that upon completion the business sells to a customer.
- 5. a long-term liability a business takes on by borrowing money from its bank.
- 8. an arrangement between two companies that have decided to share resources to undertake a specific, mutually beneficial project
- 10. Having the right to market a product or service using the trademark or trade name of another business.
- 11. A way of business expansion by which the owner of a business
- 13. the business where economic transactions are conducted within the geographical boundaries of the one country.
- 16. Where two individuals collaborate to launch their shared ideas into a new partnered business.
- 17. a legal entity that is separate and distinct from their owners.
- 19. Someone who owns shares in a corporation an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned and democratically-controlled enterprise.
- 21. A time in which the shareholders of a company are dependable for all of its debts if the company fails financially
- 1. a business's (or a government's) decision to replace domestically supplied service functions with imported services produced offshore.
- 2. a business organization whose activities are located in more than two countries
- 4. activities that benefit companies without supplying physical products.
- 6. a business model that allows companies and individuals to buy and sell goods and services over the Internet.
- 7. The money available to fund its day to day operations and bankroll its expansion for the future.
- 8. Individual entrepreneurship, an enterprise owned and run by one person
- 9. Some of a company's earnings are distributed to a class of its shareholder's
- 12. represents the value that would be returned to a company's shareholders if all of the assets were liquidated
- 14. represent ownership of a company
- 15. combine two separate businesses into a single new legal entity
- 18. involves two or more businesses pooling their resources and expertise to achieve a particular goal.
- 20. one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise