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“OK, let me take these ideas to Management and see what they think.”
“All right. Next item of business is our departmental savings goals.”
“You've got to grow a thicker skin if you want to make it in this business.”
“The dress code is business casual.”
“There's this nosy lady next door who's always in our business.”
“OK. Let's get down to business.”
“Their current President is a former business executive.”
“We've actually had to turn away business.”
“Would you consider going into business with me?”
“Why don't we exchange business cards?”
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