conduct business

See: handle, trade
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I suppose you don't conduct business on what you call unworldly principles.
We already know how to conduct business between Latin American [countries].
If you know of any producers who represent the next generation (35 years of age and under preferred) and can articulate how they plan to conduct business, please let us know.
You must treat the person you're dealing with as if they are the most important person in the world," says Ann Marie Sabath, author of Business Etiquette: 101 Ways to Conduct Business With Charm and Savvy (Career Press, $11.
So far, at least 20 of the state's 300 appointed boards are either unable to conduct business or are on the verge of paralysis because they don't have enough members.
Finally, How to do Business "On-Line" will teach everything members need to know to conduct business "on-line" utilizing the Internet, CompuServe, and other systems and services.
Prior to the enactment of this law, life-settlement companies were allowed to conduct business in the state without licensing requirements.
This will enable you to conduct business with the federal government using EDI.
Manners added, "We conduct business in the open marketplace in a professional manner.
Prior to the enactment of the 2005 legislation, life-settlement companies were allowed to conduct business in the state without licensing requirements.
Additionally, Chapter 11 protection will enable the Company to continue to conduct business in the normal course, make payments to vendors going forward and continue delivering quality service and products to customers.
With organizations scaling back business travel in favor of Web-based services, data conferencing has evolved into a cost-effective tool to conduct business.