business judgment

Definition of "business judgment"
  1. A ruling that a person or entity, often a board of directors, makes on behalf of a company, which is typically characterized by prudence and the appropriate level of care
How to use "business judgment" in a sentence
  1. The CEO's business judgment on the potential merger was guided by detailed reports and careful analysis.
  2. The scrutiny of the board's business judgment intensified after a series of questionable investments.
  3. The shareholders were questioning the business judgment of the board in buying the failing company.

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