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The four major controllable factors of the marketing mix: product, price, position and promotion.
Reports showing an organisation's financial position.
Rules that govern the practice of accounting. The standards are legally binding.
When a company actively seeks to purchase another business, usually through buying a controlling interest in its shares, to facilitate growth and expansion.
When a company actively seeks to purchase another business, usually through buying a controlling interest in its shares, to facilitate growth and expansion. See also merger, takeover
A shortcut version for a longer name, usually referred to by initials, e.g. ANZ for the historical name Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd.
Insurance experts who calculate risks and premiums.
How a department, function or individual contributes to the business, in order to achieve company goals or increase profit.
Measures taken to eliminate direct and indirect discrimination, and for implementing positive steps to overcome the current historical causes of lack of equal employment opportunity.
When businesses join together to achieve a favourable outcome for both parties.
A representative (often not an employee) of an organisation of high distinction, for example, a professional athlete.
Animals (under human care) should be kept healthy and properly fed with a satisfactory level of well being.
The annual amount of money earned by a business through sales of goods and services.
Part of corporate governance in which a management provides accurate and current information to the stakeholders about the efficiency and effectiveness of its policies and operations, and the status of its compliance with the statutory obligations.
Abbreviation for the Australian Stock Exchange. This is the market where shares are bought and sold.
Funds that can be accessed at anytime.
Automatic teller machine.
The formal analysis of systems and processes to gain insight into patterns of use. This can lead to adjustments to improve the operational efficiency of a system or process.
The formal analysis of systems and process to gain insight into patterns of use. This can lead to adjustments to improve the operational efficiency of a system or process.
The people/companies that carry out the formal examination of financial systems and the reports that come from them to ensure compliance with records and standards set.

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