Merchandise


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Merchandise

All movable goods such as cars, textiles, appliances, etc. and 'f.o.b.' means free on board.

Merchandise

Any and all movable products that a company intends to sell, especially at the retail level.

merchandise

an alternative term for a GOOD or COMMODITY.
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Therefore, the taxpayer was not a seller of merchandise and could continue to use the cash method.
Jim Kalasky joined Best Buy in December of 1992 as a Merchandise Manager-Home Audio.
The line's booming popularity has expanded from its initial T-shirts and pants concept to include such diverse logo-emblazoned merchandise as baseball caps and shoes.
It appears that the controversy over whether materials used in a service business are considered merchandise or supplies will continue.
Whether or not they're religious, the fact that the objects come from the Vatican will give the merchandise based on them a religious patina that could add to its value, said John P.
She was promoted to buyer in 1984 and was most recently divisional merchandise manager -- Home Fashions.
Prospects for 1999 are welcome news for makers of toys, video games, T-shirts, posters and key chains after seeing less-than-blockbuster sales from last summer's two largest movie merchandise campaigns, for ``Godzilla'' and ``Small Soldiers.
CONTACT: Greg Winnett, Vice President of Community Relations, Service Merchandise, 615-660-7094, or David Brokaw of The Brokaw Company, 310-273-2060/
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The transaction value of imported merchandise is defined in 19 U.
He joined the company's Kaufmann's division in Pittsburgh as an executive trainee and served in a variety of merchandising positions before being named senior vice president and general merchandise manager in 1982.