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Business Owner

An individual or entity who owns a business with the expectation of profiting from the successful operations of the company. Generally, they have decision-making abilities and first right to profit.


An economic system based on the private ownership of the means of production and distribution of goods, characterized by a free competitive market and motivation by profit.


A person who organizes and operates a business, taking on greater than the normal financial risk in order to make a profit. The entrepreneurial spirit is characterized by innovation, risk-taking and a positive bias.


1. Something earned, won or otherwise acquired; a profit; an advantage; increase. 2. To run fast by (a specified amount). 3. To reach, especially by effort; get to; arrive at. 4. To get nearer, as in pursuit. 5. To draw away from or farther ahead of the other contestants in a race, one’s pursuers, etc. 6. To run fast (as in a watch or clock).


1. The amount of money received over a period of time either as payment for work, goods, services or as profit on capital. 2. A coming in or flowing in.


1. To spend or utilize your attention, time, money or effort for future advantage or benefit. 2. To commit (money or capital) in order to gain a financial return: invested their savings in stocks and bonds. 3. To devote morally or psychologically, as to a purpose; commit.
To endow with authority or power. 4. To install in office with a ceremony. 5. To provide with an enveloping or pervasive quality.


1. The outlay of money, for example, by depositing it in a bank or buying stock in a company, with the object of making a profit. 2. An amount of money invested in something for the purpose of making a profit. 3. Something such as a company, endeavor, or object that money is invested in with the goal of making a profit. 4. A contribution of something such as time, energy, or effort to an activity, project, or undertaking, in the expectation of a benefit. 5. A purchase, especially something that somebody should be able to use for a relatively long time (informal.) 6. The outlay of money that a company’s existing buildings, equipment, and materials are equivalent to.


A person who invests money in order to make a profit. Types of investments include: equity, debt securities, real estate, currency, commodity, token, derivatives such as put and call options, futures, forwards, etc.

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