Contemporary Business (14th Edition)

Contemporary Business (14th Edition)

Louis E. Boone, David L. Kurtz

Language: English

Pages: 770

ISBN: B01JXRDVNS

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Contemporary Business 14th Edition gives students the business language they need to feel confident in taking the first steps toward becoming successful business majors and successful business people. With new integrated E-Business context throughout the text, it provides a new approach. Another addition is the "Green Business" boxes in every chapter to provide student's with more Green Business information. All of the information provided is put together in a format easy for all students to understand, allowing for a better grasp of the information.

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tremendous growth of online business has introduced new elements to the legal climate of international business. Patents, brand names, copyrights, and trademarks are difficult to monitor because of the boundaryless nature of the Internet. What steps could businesses take to protect their trademarks and brands in this environment? Come up with at least five suggestions, and compare your list with your classmates’. 3. The WTO monitors GATT agreements, mediates disputes, and continues the effort to

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