firm

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  • Market power means that the firm has control over the terms and conditions of exchange.
  • It was the same firm where his father had been a partner.
  • At one time, it was also the largest family-owned firm in the UK.
  • He would later go on to become the firm's president and chief executive officer.
  • However, this may not be the firm's best response in the long run.
  • He became an important part of the firm and made many contributions to its success.
  • A typical example is a director who is president of a firm in a different industry.
  • David in turn would hand over to his brother Sir Robert control of the firm.
  • He returned home after being transferred to the Australian division of the firm's operations.
  • This arrangement had been in practice since the early years of the firm up to the present.
  • They need a master that provides firm but fair leadership.
  • At the turn of the century the first major mass-production firms were set up.
  • However, in part they are firm and thus capable of supporting flight.
  • Now he was trying to write books, one of which was in the hands of a well-known firm. Cited from Regeneration, by H. Rider Haggard
  • At least one firm simply adapted its business model to the new regulations.
  • Two smaller fires did little damage to the firm and did not result in data loss.
  • Before the big firms could begin, the small ones had to get started too.
  • The firm's name changed over the years as partners were added.
  • Instead, on the supply side, they may work in and produce through firms.
  • The town centre contains many business firms, a few of which can be mentioned here.
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Meaning of firm

  • noun The members of a business organization that owns or operates one or more establishments
    he worked for a brokerage house
  • adverb With resolute determination
    we firmly believed it, you must stand firm