Business card abbr. crossword clue


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Crossword clues for Business card abbr.

Clue Answer
Business card abbr. TEL
___'acte (break in show business) ENTR
___ of industry (business magnate) TITAN
___ Ma, Chinese business magnate who is the co-founder of Alibaba group JACK
___ Diner, business on "Gilmore Girls" LUKES
___ Carter 39th President of the United States who had a peanut farming business JIMMY
___ business (entertainment industry) SHOW
___ Buffett American business magnate WARREN
__ business! MEANT
Yellow ___ (business directory) PAGES
Word with business or bitter END
Word in the ice cream or journalism business SCOOP
Whitney's business partner PRATT
What many budding businessmen must learn how to do WSJ TIEATIE
What a business doesn't want to be in THERED
Viper-vending business? WSJ ADDERCOMPANY
Up in everyone's business NOSY
University of Pennsylvania business school WHARTON
Unfinished business LOOSEENDS
Trendy term often used in business, like "synergy" or "dynamic" BUZZWORD
Title song character who's asked "Did your mom get back from her business trip?" STACY
Time's role in the book business YELLOWER
Timberland business LOGGING
They mind your own business YENTAS
Their business is picking up TAXIS
The ___, documentary style business reality TV series which is presented by Marcus Lemonis and that has a spin-off series named "The Partner" PROFIT

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