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Working Asset

A highly liquid, current asset. Working assets are taken in and distributed over relatively brief periods of time. Examples of working assets include cash, works in process and inventory. A working asset is also called a floating asset or a circulating asset.
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Likening the economic system to a computer operating system, Barnes (cofounder and former president of Working Assets Long Distance) suggests that Capitalism 2.
Peter Barnes, co-founder of Working Assets Long Distance and Credit Card Services, and writer for Newsweek and the New York Times, says capitalism needs an upgrade.
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Approximately 22,000 of these were on behalf of the Working Assets voter registration campaign.
Working Assets long-distance and cellular-phone service donates 1 percent of its customers' monthly bills to nonprofit groups.
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Working Assets, a San Francisco-based organization dedicated to political change, set out to create a radically distinct path for social activism.
On April 3 I interviewed Deborah Caldwell-Stone, deputy director of the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom, on Working Assets Radio, and the interview illustrated the problem.
The company currently offering Ben & Jerry's ice cream coupons in every customer billing: Working Assets.