S Corporation

Business / Human Resources (HR) / S Corporation: Business enterprise allowed by the IRS for most companies with 75 or fewer shareholders, enabling the company to enjoy the benefits of incorporation while being taxed as if it were a partnership.

Rambus In-Line Memory Module (RIMM)

Technology / Computers / Rambus In-Line Memory Module (RIMM): RIMM is a synchronous dynamic random access memory (RAM) module that is used on newer motherboards. RIMM's are manufactured by Rambus Corporation. MORE

Transparency

Business / Agriculture / Transparency: A World Trade Organization principle stipulating that a country’s policies and regulations affecting foreign trade should be clearly communicated to its trading partners. For example, out of recogni MORE

Tax Straddle

Business / Finance / Tax Straddle: The decision of the status under which to file a tax return. For example, a corporation may file as a C corporation or an S corporation. MORE

Investment Club

Business / Finance / Investment Club: A group of people who combine their money into a larger pool, then invest collectively in stocks and bonds, making decisions as a group. MORE

Sarbanes-Oxley Act Of 2002

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Sarbanes-Oxley Act Of 2002: The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 was enacted to increase accountability of corporations to their shareholders in the wake of recent accounting scandals. There are many financial provisions that are not MORE

Sallie Mae

Business / Taxes / Sallie Mae: This corporation purchases student loans from various lenders, such as banks, and packages the loans as bonds or short-term or medium-term notes. After issue, these debt securities trade on the second MORE

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