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Retail Terms - Glossary of Retailing - Retail Definitions
An alphabetical explanation of retail trade terms. Definitions, acronyms and common misspellings of frequently used retailing terminology.
Glossary of Retailing Terms - Index of All Terms - About.com
Learn more about the retail business by browsing this dictionary of retailing terminology. The following retail-related words on this page feature definitions of all ...
Coupon - What is a Coupon? - Retailing Terms - About.com
In retail, a coupon is a promotional tool in the form of a document that can be redeemed for a discount when purchasing goods or services. Coupons are ...
What does POS mean? - Retailing Terms - Retail Glossary
Point of Sale (POS) refers to the area of a store where customers can pay for their purchases. The term is normally used to describe systems that record financial ...
Black Friday - When is Black Friday? - Retailing Terms
Black Friday is used to describe a number of historical Fridays in which an event led to public chaos or disaster. Today, Black Friday is best known as the ...
What is Cash Flow? - Retailing Terms - How to Calculate Cash Flow?
The movement of money in and out of a business and the resulting availability of cash.
What Is a BOL or Bill of Lading? - Retailing Terms - About.com
A bill of lading is a document used as evidence that a transport company or carrier received goods from a shipper.
Capital - What is Capital? - Retailing Terms - About.com
Capital is money available to build and grow a retail business. These liquid assets represent the amount of ownership and risk in a business.
What is a Kiosk? Retailing Terms - Retail Glossary
The term kiosk, as related to retailing, refers to a small stand-alone structure used as a point of purchase. This can be either a computer or display screen used to ...
Acid-Test Ratio - Retailing Terms - About.com
An Acid-Test Ratio is a measurement of how well a business can meet its short- term financial obligations without selling any inventory.
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