Business Failure

Business / Finance / Business Failure: A business that has terminated operations with a loss to creditors.

Other Words for Business

Business Noun Synonyms: duty, function, occupation, calling, vocation, trade, profession, work, province, area, subject, topic, concern, affair, responsibility, role, charge, obligation

Other Words for Failure

Failure Noun Synonyms: failing, default, non-performance, remissness, neglect, omission, dereliction, deficiency
Failure Preposition Synonyms: breakdown, collapse, discontinuance, miscarriage, loss, decline, decay, deterioration

Controlled Business Arrangements

Business / Real Estate / Controlled Business Arrangements: As defined under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), an arrangement or combination in which an individual or a firm has more than a 1 percent interest in a company to which the individu MORE


Technology / Television (TV) / E-Business: The transfer of data from one computer to another. When computers connect, trading partners can conduct business transactions electronically. E-Business promises a more efficient procedure for process MORE

Fatigue Failure

Business / Machine Shop / Fatigue Failure: The sudden and complete breakage of a part as a result of the repeated application of a load. Fatigue failure is progressive and may not occur until after millions of load cycles. MORE

Congestive Heart Failure

Health / Fitness / Congestive Heart Failure: The inability of the heart muscle to pump the blood at a life sustaining rate. MORE

Common Business Oriented Language (COBOL)

Technology / Computers / Common Business Oriented Language (COBOL): A computer programming language invented during the second generation of computers and designed to meet the needs of business. Although less often used today, it was well-suited for writing programs t MORE

Business Plan

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Business Plan: A document that provides relevant information about a company by outlining items such as the company’s business description, market or industry, management, competitors, future prospects and growth MORE