A business can be defined simply as any entity or person that conducts business. In business you will find three main classifications; business corporations, partnerships, and businesses organized as sole proprietorships. A business can also be defined by the legal structure and transactions used in business. A business can also be defined by the targeted markets and types of activities conducted in a business. The most important part of understanding the business concept is defining it economically.
For the purpose of this article we will focus on the first part of understanding business; how to understand and analyze it economically. The main article linked below deals with identifying, analyzing and choosing the economic framework of businesses in the market place. To sum up, businesses are enterprises that generate surplus value through their production process or services provided and that have a set of owners.
The other main article linked below deals with defining and using economic model in the context of business. Intellectual Property is often used in the context of all business activities. As a matter of fact, intellectual property is often used as a unit of account for assessing the cost of the production process and/or services rendered by businesses. The main article linked below provides further details on intellectual property.
The third main article deals with the definition of business. The main article starts by surveying the history of capitalism and the evolution of various forms of capitalism over time. Capital is defined in this article as any fixed capital that is not owned by anyone. Common ownership of fixed capital refers to the ownership of plant, building or machinery by the public or by a government body and ownership of money by private individuals.
The main article continues by describing different uses of intellectual property. They include the transfer of technology, information and systems to and from one person to another, the creation of new technology and improvements in such things as production processes, strategies and marketing strategies. Capital is often used in the context of allocating and managing intellectual property. An example of this would be the United States Congress, which has been described by the US House of Representatives as the owner of vast amounts of intellectual property.
The article continues with information regarding the benefits and risks associated with IP. It includes an explanation of the concept of dilution and the need for carefully balanced corporate plans. It then goes on to explain the two types of dilution that can occur. The first type of dilution occurs when a business owner makes a profit that exceeds the stock holders’ equity.
The second type of dilution results when the earnings of a business become lower than the value of the business’s ownership. The most common form of dilution is direct selling. This occurs when a company sells a percentage of its ownership in order to raise the funds required to purchase shares of preferred stock. Some businesses use their retained earnings in order to purchase additional equity in other businesses. In this manner, retained earnings are used to finance growth or other specific purposes.
The main article concludes by briefly describing the two main branches of corporate law, which are corporate law and criminal law. Both of these fields of law deal with corporations and business alike. There are many articles on the internet that provide more information on these topics. In particular, the resource box below will lead you to some excellent articles and resources that you may find useful.
The main article uses the example of XYZ Company to describe two main concepts that are important to understanding business entities. One concept is the separation of liability and assets, and the other concept is called corporate creation. These concepts are often used together to describe different business entity types.
A corporation is created by the laws of its state, although many other states have various types of corporation forms. A corporation may be a separate legal entity, although it will still be related to its owners. For instance, XYZ Company is a separate legal entity from its owners. However, XYZ Company may still be held responsible for certain debts of its owners if those owners do not declare bankruptcy or liquidate the corporation.
A partnership is another simple form of a corporation or business owned. Partnerships are often referred to as joint proprietorships. A partnership can be further classified as a partnership in one form or in another. For instance, a partnership that creates one type of trust may be another form of partnership. Each of these different types of partnership can have their own set of duties and responsibilities. Each type of partnership can also have their own set of entitlements, rights, powers and liabilities.