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There's language . . . and then there is the language of business. In today's offices, you're as likely to hear kitchen-sinked or ticker shock as capitalization and balance sheet. With the international marketplace and the prevalence of text messaging, the vocabulary of business is constantly evolving. This evolution has left many a step behind, wondering:
- Should you blush if your boss tells you to put some pants on it?
- Could you be fired for frazzing?
- What's the correct reaction to a bozo explosion?
- How does a dot snot act around the office?
About the Author
Gregory Bergman is the author of -ISMS from Autoeroticism to Zoroastrianism (An Irreverent Reference) and The Little Bathroom Book Of Philosophy. He received a BA in philosophy from Hunter College. Currently, he serves as associate editor of EQUITIES Magazine, a financial publication. He lives in Southern California.
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- Paperback: 224 pages
- Publisher: Adams Media (July 1, 2008)
- ISBN-10: 1598694723
- ISBN-13: 978-1598694727
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