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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/17/11 Evolution of Business By Judy White Bus/210 Matt James
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5/17/11 The Beginning The steam engine was a contributing factor to the growth of business. It opened new venues for businessmen everywhere. It made so many manual labor jobs a little simpler. The jobs were still tough but the steam engine was like extra hands. The economy received a big boost when this invention was created. It changed the world as we know it.
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5/17/11 The First Steamboat Engine Thomas Savery invented this in 1698. It was based on Papin’s pressure cooker invention in 1679. The steam engine forced water out in a pumping motion. This started the business world in motion. Then came Newcomen’s
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5/17/11 Mercantilism Mercantilism was a big deal, It was a strategy to disrupt export trade to other countries. This way the businesses kept the profit in their country. This benefited the business owner’s. This was necessary for the countries infrastructure. This also kept the wealthy, rich with power. (2003). In The MacmillanEncyclopedia
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/17/11 The Industrial Revolution During the 17th century major changes in philosophy
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