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Business Essentials For Introduction to Business courses This #1 brief Introduction to Business text continues to provide a solid foundation of the essential topics a beginning business student needs to understand The 7th edition was revised with updated content a modern design and engaging media for today's students Media can be found in myBIZlab an online system which provides students with extensive online resources assessment and actual interaction with business topics

  • Paperback
  • 293 pages
  • Business Essentials
  • Ronald J. Ebert
  • English
  • 11 May 2015
  • 9780136070764

10 thoughts on “Business Essentials

  1. Indrani Indrani says:

    Downgrade the star rating by a half Note I read this as a Human Resources Management student someone coming from a non business background The information presented is excellent and the cases relevant and fresh Unfortunately I found the layout to be choppy and distracting; in an effort to make the book interesting someone copy editors? authors? publisher? decided to create a very busy layout with lots of jumps and breaks text that appears to go a whole page with a graphic or textbox in down the middle in places and really is laid out to have you read halfway down the page jump to the top of the column at the other side separated by the textbox of something else in the middle and then go to the bottom left uarter of the page for the next bitAs a college text I found it too jumpy and made things difficult to follow A shame as the content is actually uite good Fortunately for me this course grading was fully centered on assignments not tests I'm not certain I could have studied well for an exam from this

  2. Mace Mace says:

    A good introduction to the essential components of a business Very high level perfect for a beginner like me Gets pretty dry in the late accounting chapters I mean it's a textbook

  3. Nikoo Nikoo says:

    Read for class informational

  4. Luke A. Bunker Luke A. Bunker says:

    Finally it's done I must admit that despite a great level of detail that made getting through the book fairly difficult it presented a good survey of business princes and provided a good intro into the study The book used many examples sometimes too many?? which added to the readers' understanding All of that being said it is a textbook but not the worst I've seen even if it has WAY too much information in it even though it is for an introductory uoteNote I did not read the appendices at this point as it was not reuired for my class

  5. James James says:

    This was my text for Intro to Business at MCCC It has many examples using modern companies and while it didn't get into great depth in any subjectit did a great job giving you an intro to many Business ideas It was very educational and I'm glad I had the opportunity to read it

  6. Oliver Oliver says:

    reading for school boring as hell and pro big business globalization ahhhhhhh paperclips on the front cover why???i've never been so glad to finish a goddamn book goddamn

  7. Snake Snake says:

    I hate text books but these are all I'm reading lately

  8. Stephanie Bengtson Stephanie Bengtson says:

    It's a very basic primer to business Obviously not written by business people though

  9. Meghan Meghan says:

    A reuired textbook for school Overall it wasn't bad but it was a little dry and seemed to glaze over several important topics while go very in depth for easy concepts like sustainability

  10. ERNEST MORE ERNEST MORE says:

    Read for a college course through AMU

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