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36. Joint Venture 37. Karl Marx: Who, Associated with  38. Laissez Faire 39. Leverage--- in reference to investing 40. Management Functions: Controlling, Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing 41. Margin trading 42. Market system in America 43, Marketing: Mix, Research, Segmentation 44. Maslow's hierarchy 45. Merger 46. Mixed Economy: What, Give example 47. Monetary supply; (know what M0, M1, M2, and M3 are). 48. Monopoly 49. NAFTA 50. Nonstore retailing or hypermarket 51. Oldest market gauge 52. Oligopoly 53. Organizational Charts 54. Perfect or pure competition 55. Performance appraisal 56. Principle 57. Privatization
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INTRO TO BUSINESS 58. Proprietorship's --- the most COMMON form of business 59. Quality Assurance 60. Regulation Acts: Clayton, Sherman, Federal Trade Commission 61. Reserve Requirement of U.S. Banks: What it is, What happens if it changes 62. Risk 63. S- Corp (benefit) 64. Scientific management: Defined, Father 65. Securities: Stocks, Bonds, Basic investment stuff, Shareholders 66. Significance of double taxing a company 67. Skimming 68. Social responsibilities of a business 69. Socialism 70. Span of Control 71. Stock market: Know their pricing 'terminology', Net gains for the day, Stock split, Par value, What dividends  are, Who gets paid last in case of bankruptcy 72. The recession of 1991 73. Those who collectively buy and sell similar products 74. Total Quality Management (TQM) 75. Trade: Deficit, Restrictions
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