The Wall Street Journal Guide to Business Style and Us

The Wall Street Journal Guide to Business Style and Us

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Here at last is the indispensable resource that has helped the writers and editors of The Wall Street Journal earn a reputation for the most authoritative business writing anywhere. Originally written exclusively for the paper's staff, The Wall Street Journal Guide to Business Style and Usage is a landmark work. Many years in preparation, it has now been expanded and revised for anyone who wants to write well, but especially for those in the business community. The only book of its kind, it offers A-Z guidance on style and usage, bearing in mind the special needs of business professionals and including the latest business terminology. If ABC is no longer the American Broadcasting Company, what is it? What is the difference bet-ween qadjusted gross receiptsq and qadjusted gross incomeq? How about the differences among qadopt, q qapprove, q qenactq and qpassq? When should you say qaffectq and when qeffectq? When did Generation X end and Generation Y begin? And what the heck is the new name of Andersen Consulting? Our language is ever changing, ever mutating, and the choice of the right word bolsters your credibility with readers. As the go-to resource for these questions and others, The Wall Street Journal Guide to Business Style and Usage gives readers a competitive edge for succeeding in the world of business. It is an invaluable resource for any member of the business community who has ever had to write a memo, report, proposal, press release or e-mail. Destined to be the standard resource for years to come, The Wall Street Journal Guide to Business Style and Usage provides readers with access to the Journal Web site (www.wsjbooks.com), which will feature updates as new business terms enter the language or as old definitions or usages give way to new. This guide is the definitive reference work to keep close to your desk -- the last word for everyone who works with words.Reuters Group PLC Based in London, it is co-owner with Dow Jones aamp; Co. of Factiva, an information database. ... Father is used with the name. revaluation of currency Revaluation technically refers to the raising of a currencya#39;s value. ... See devaluation/revaluation vs. depreciation/appreciation. revenue The amount of money a company takes in, including sales, rents, royalties and interest earned.


Title:The Wall Street Journal Guide to Business Style and Us
Author: Paul Martin
Publisher:Simon and Schuster - 2010-06-15
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