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The evolution of business Presented by Randy Metris II January 4, 2012
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Overview § Feudalism § Mercantilism § Capitalism § Commerce § Property Rights § The Industrial Revolution
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Feudalism § Stone Age  § Aristocrats  § Tenant Farmer  § Conflicts 
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Mercantilism Merchant  International Trade Arenas Monarchs and Aristocratic families European Trading Center
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Capitalism § Capitalists – John D. Rockefeller § Greater demands on labor § Trade Union  § Class system
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Commerce § Business Commerce § Business Occupation
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Unformatted text preview: § Business Organization § Business System Property Rights § Land § Labor § Capital § Enterprise The Industrial Revolution § Invention of steam engine § Farming and manufacturing § Innovations Conclusion § Business systems § Productivity § Profitability § Organization References Jones, G. R. (2007). Introduction to Business: How Companies Create Value for People. Retrieved from University of Phoenix – Axia College BUS/210 Materials...
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