Business Topics (L-P)


Browse business research and information topics, listed below alphabetically as key words and phrases:

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—L—

Leading Economic Indicators

League Tables

LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate)

Los Angeles - City and County

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—M—

Management

Market Capitalization/"Market Cap" - Capital Markets; Companies

Market Research - Demographics / Psychographics
see also Consumers

Market Research - Reports, High Tech/Info Tech, Internet Focus

Market Research - Reports, Other Products and Industries

Market Share

Market Size

Marketing

Marketing Plans

Mergers & Acquisitions

Microfinance

Mission Statements

Multinational Companies (MNCs)

Mutual Funds

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—N—

NAICS (North American Industry Classification System)
see also SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) Code

Newspapers - Business & Financial

Newspapers - General

Nonprofit Organizations

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—O—

Obsolete Securities / Old Stock Certificates
see also Companies - History and Historical Information

Organization Charts

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—P—

"p," "q," and "m" Coefficients

  • Bass Diffusion Model
  • Marketing Engineering : Computer-Assisted Marketing Analysis and Planning (2nd. ed, rev.) - HF 5415.125 .L54 2004

P/E (Price/Earnings) Ratio

Pensions

Personnel Management

Porter's Five Forces
see also
Industries - Data and Analysis, Overviews

Private / Closely-Held Companies - Directories / Profiles

Private / Closely-Held Companies - General, Articles

Profit Margin
see also Financial Ratios

  • Analysts' Handbook (Standard and Poor's) - HG 4921 .S78c - Reference 3rd Floor
  • Mergent Online Available in person or remotely via the Anderson Proxy Server and/or the Bruin Online Proxy Server to current UCLA students, faculty, and staff, and in person to any library visitors (first priority to current UCLA students, faculty, and staff).
  • Standard & Poor's Industry Surveys - HG 4921 .S78s - Reference 3rd Floor

Prospectuses (SEC Form S1)

Proxy Statements (SEC Form DEF14A)

Public Relations

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