How to Define a Business Unit

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The definition of a business unit is any separate and distinct part of an enterprise with its own books, records and accountability. Find out how a business unit will have its own manager and staff, separate from the larger company, with information from a certified public accountant in this free video on business terms.

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Let's define a business unit. A, a business unit is a separate and distinct part of an enterprise with its own books and records. Let us say a division of a company with its own manager, its own staff, and its own, pursuit of profit. The, a good example might be, within a large company like Taco Bell. A business unit within Taco Bell might be a region with ten stores, or twenty stores or fifty stores whatever it might be, with its own management its own books and records its own accountability.That's it.

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