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Fundamentals of Business by Stephen J. Skripak

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Fundamentals of Business
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Publisher: Virginia Tech
Number of pages: 442

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Contents: The Foundations of Business; Economics and Business; Ethics and Social Responsibility; Business in a Global Environment; Forms of Business Ownership; Entrepreneurship: Starting a Business; Management and Leadership; Structuring Organizations; Operations Management; Motivating Employees; Managing Human Resources; Union/Management Issues; Marketing: Providing Value to Customers; Pricing Strategy; Hospitality and Tourism; Accounting and Financial Information; Personal Finances.

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