Big business  

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"But the real authority is behind them, invisible and secure, in the office of the big business man."--The City: the Hope of Democracy (1905) by Frederic Clemson Howe


"There is nothing in front but a flat wilderness of standardization either by Bolshevism or Big Business. But it is strange that some of us should have seen sanity, if only in a vision, while the rest go forward chained eternally to enlargement without liberty and progress without hope." --The Outline of Sanity (1926) by G.K. Chesterton

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Big business involves large-scale corporate-controlled financial or business activities. As a term, it describes activities that run from "huge transactions" to the more general "doing big things". In corporate jargon, the concept is commonly known as enterprise, or activities involving enterprise customers.

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