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  2. Business center - Wikipedia

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    December 5, 2003. ( 2003-12-05) Chronology. Preceded by. The Money Club. Followed by. Bullseye. Business Center is business network CNBC 's flagship primetime show that aired in 5 to 7 pm ET timeslot, hosted by Ron Insana and Sue Herera, and it was replaced by Bullseye on December 5, 2003.

  3. Business park - Wikipedia

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    A business park or office park is an area of land in which many office buildings are grouped together. The first office park opened in Mountain Brook, Alabama, in the early 1950s to avoid racial tension in city centers. Business parks are often developed in suburban locations where land and building costs are cheaper.

  4. Buying center - Wikipedia

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    A buying center, also called decision-making unit ( DMU ), brings together "all those members of an organization who become involved in the buying process for a particular product or service". The concept of a DMU was developed in 1967 by Robinson, Farris and Wind (1967).

  5. Shopping center - Wikipedia

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    A shopping center ( American English) or shopping centre ( Commonwealth English ), also called a shopping complex, shopping arcade, shopping plaza or galleria, is a group of shops built together, sometimes under one roof. The first known collections of retailers under one roof are public markets, dating back to ancient times, and Middle Eastern ...

  6. Center of excellence - Wikipedia

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    A center of excellence ( COE ), also called excellence center, is a team, a shared facility or an entity that provides leadership, best practices, research, support and/or training for a focus area. Due to its broad usage and vague legal precedent, a "center of excellence" in one context may have completely different characteristics from another.

  7. Profit center - Wikipedia

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    A profit center is a part of a business which is expected to make an identifiable contribution to the organization's profits . Overview A profit center is a section of a company treated as a separate business. Thus profits or losses for a profit center are calculated separately.

  8. Cultural center - Wikipedia

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    A cultural center or cultural centre is an organization, building or complex that promotes culture and arts. Cultural centers can be neighborhood community arts organizations, private facilities, government-sponsored, or activist -run. Contents 1 Asia 2 Europe 3 North America 4 Oceania 5 South America 6 See also 7 References Asia