Someone said, "Business, by definition, is taking a risk. Law, by definition, is staying away from risk."
I look at law a bit differently. I think law looks to the past for today’s decision with a view to guide tomorrow’s action.
And accounting, is merely recording this period of time in order to tell the government what we did and, as a result, how much "protection money" we need to pay.
What do you think the functions or attributes of the three professions/businesses are?Tags: Management
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