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  • The I’m Broke” One

    She always wants to hang out, but everything you suggest is “too expensive.” She’s also the one who—when you go out for dinner or drinks—wants to split every single thing you order down to the cent, tip the absolute minimum, and never agrees to take a cab—even in freezing temperatures. If you enjoy ...

    Psychology; Social psychology
  • Lacoste

    Lacoste is a French clothing company which was founded in 1933.The company specializes in selling high-end clothing, footwear, perfume, leather goods, watches, eyewear, and most famously polo shirts. In recent years, Lacoste has introduced a home line of sheeting and towels. The company can be ...

    Timepieces; Watches
  • like for like (L4L)

    L4L is a popular hashtag on Instagram that stands for Like 4 Like, or Like for Like. Users use the tag, which has been tagged on around 60 million photos, on their photos in hopes of people liking their photos to exchange likes. Users may comment L4L on another users photos to see if the user wants ...

    Internet; Social media
  • auditing

    The international standards on auditing focus on the fact that more consistency, comparability and transparency is necessary in order to keep up with increasing cross-border capital movements. The body of standards for auditing concentrates on audit evidence, internal controls, planning, ...

    Business administration; Business management
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

    PwC is one of the world's largest providers of accounting services. It employs more than 184,000 professionals in 159 countries around the world. The company was formed by the merger of two large accounting firms -- Price Waterhouse, and Coopers & Lybrand. The two decided to merge in 1998 and ...

    Business administration; Business management
  • Expansion of Money Supply

    Over expansion is also another cause; the money supply is not just cash, but also credit, loans and mortgages. When loans are cheap, then there will be too much money chasing too few goods, creating inflation. The prices of just about everything will increase, even though neither demand nor supply ...

    Financial services; General Finance
  • Cost-Push Inflation

    This isn't as common as demand-pull inflation, because it only occurs when there is a shortage of supply combined with enough demand to allow the producer to raise prices. Wage inflation can contribute to cost-push inflation. This is usually caused by strong labor unions. A company with the ...

    Financial services; General Finance
  • Demand-Pull inflation

    Demand-pull inflation is the most common. It's is when demand for a good or service increases so much that it outstrips supply. If sellers maintain the price, they will sell out.

    Financial services; General Finance
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