Definitions

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  • noun uncountable, business The practice of servicing businesses or employees over the Internet.
  • noun uncountable, business The practice of running a business over the Internet; e-commerce.
  • noun countable, business A business that operates partially or primarily over the Internet, usually providing services to other businesses.

Etymologies

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e- +‎ business

Examples

  • Develop mobile content on how to use #1 & 2 to create your own e-business in local languages

    Innovation

  • After a period as head of sales in Frankfurt for the Munich-based company he became head of e-business in 2000.

    Tech's Top 25

  • So of course there was massive investment in the "e-business" sector.

    Improved Standard of Living, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Develop mobile content on how to use #1 & 2 to create your own e-business in local languages

    Philanthropy, foreign policy and sustainable outcomes

  • Develop mobile content on how to use #1 & 2 to create your own e-business in local languages

    ICT

  • For many companies, the summary rule meant "moving from a 40- to 50-page prospectus to a four- or five-page document," says Dana Johnston, a vice president of e-business development at DST Output LLC, a unit of DST Systems Inc., Kansas City, Mo., which distributes literature and keeps records for the mutual-funds industry.

    Fund Mail: So Much Paper,

  • Start trying to get my e-business, Wings&Things;, off the ground (crafting business!)

    New Years Resolutions Part 2: The List « A Working Title

  • The e-Revolution and Post-Compulsory Education: Using e-business models to deliver quality education offers senior managers in further and higher education best-practice guidance for applying e-business approaches to their institutions

    JISC launches first e-book

  • •A federal judge in Texas convicted three men earlier in March of participating in an Internet gambling conspiracy using "computerized gambling machines using sweepstakes to attract patrons under the guise of internet cafes and e-business centers " U.S. Attorney John Bales said.

    States debate Internet cafe gambling

  • Develop mobile content on how to use #1 & 2 to create your own e-business in local languages

    Philanthropy, foreign policy and sustainable outcomes

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