Lincoln, CA (PRWEB) April 18, 2006
In a recent interview, Peter McCracken, Senior Partner, explained the reasons for such attention being paid to VentureLine's MBA Glossary: “The concept behind the VentureLine Accounting Glossary is totally new. All terms and their associated definitions were requested by you our VentureLine users: professionals, students and professors. Whenever requests for additional definitions are received, VentureLine’s staff researches and provides answers via e-mail to the requesting user within 24-hours. Those definitions are then added to the VentureLine Accounting Dictionary on a real time basis. Thereby, the architecture and terms in the dictionary were developed by you the VentureLine user. The result is an accounting dictionary or glossary that is relevant to today’s environment. It also mandates that the VentureLine Accounting Glossary be a living document in that it is continually updated almost on a daily basis.”
VentureLine’s MBA Glossary can be accessed: http://www.ventureline.com/glossary.asp or, for a small fee, a copy can be downloaded at the site in Adobe PDF format.
VentureLine was founded in 1999 by Peter McCracken and maintains offices in Lincoln, California and Hopkins, Minnesota. The VentureLine MBA concept is a unique Internet based interactive value-added services web site that meets the direct needs of the global academic and investment community. The business was founded on the premise that business schools and students as well as the general professional population have little access to MBA graduate-level analytical financial tools. VentureLine provides seamless vertically integrated solutions in the analysis of both private and publicly traded companies and the industries in which they compete. The MBA tools can be accessed at http://www.ventureline.com.