a briefcase or attaché case.
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How to use business case in a sentence
We at NASA should always be doing the next thing, the thing where the profit motive is not as evident and where the barriers to entry are still too high for the private sector to really make a compelling business case.As private companies erode government’s hold on space travel, NASA looks to open a new frontier | Christian Davenport | February 25, 2021 | Washington Post
Our leadership team went deep on why Clove’s mission was important to us as individuals—outside of the business case—and that was to create a culture of care.This new sneaker brand is meant for health care workers | Rachel King | December 6, 2020 | Fortune
That data point creates a pretty powerful business case to improve the performance of your site.Page speed is a big deal – Why? It impacts SEO rankings | Jason Tabeling | November 6, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
Before the court this term are business cases touching on issues ranging from product liability to human rights.Why a very conservative Supreme Court will be bad for business | matthewheimer | October 13, 2020 | Fortune
Will Moore, who is running against LaCava in the District 1 race, made the business case for it in our Politifest debate.
But this is strictly a business case, her Atlanta lawyer, John Da Grosa Smith, told The Daily Beast.
The “business case for diversity” does have an inherent logic.
Sometimes the business case unfolds on the tails of common social sense.