Two Terms, poles apart, to provoke thinking early in the morning. Is there a forced association possible, will it be meaningful. Can I apply this to a problem I face as a possible solution?
Term of the Day


Ballot by which people directly decide between (usually two) alternatives on a major issue, such as whether or not to join a particular communityof nations.
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Usage Example
The polls were open for people to vote on the latest referendum on whether to raise taxes to support building a new sports stadium.

Term of the Day - Favorite of CFO's.

free cash flow

Operating cash flows (net income plus amortization and depreciation) minus capital expenditures and dividends. Free cash flow is theamountof cash that a company has left over after it has paid all of itsexpenses, including investmentsNegative free companies put a lot of their cash into investments,...
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Usage ExampleT
his fee-for-service business reduces the capital requirement, resulting in a higher free cash flow.
Notable Quotable
"Risk comes from not knowing what you're doing." 
-Warren Buffett