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Cyclopædia of commercial and business anecdotes

comprising interesting reminiscences and facts, remarkable traits and humors ... of merchants, traders, bankers ... etc. in all ages and countries.

by R. M. Devens

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Published by D. Appleton and company in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business -- Anecdotes

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Frazar Kirkland [pseud.]
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14002582M
    LC Control Number11002927

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    Cyclopaedia of commercial and business anecdotes; comprising interesting reminiscences and facts, remarkable traits and humors of merchants, traders, bankers etc. in all ages and countries Author Devens, R. M. (Richard Miller) Published   The term can be traced back even further as the very first phrasing of Business Intelligence originates in Richard Millar Devens’ ‘Cyclopædia of commercial and business anecdotes’ from Devens used the term to describe how the banker Sir Henry Furnese gained profit by receiving and acting upon information about his environment.

      Business intelligence (BI), which is one of the oldest concepts in data processing, is undergoing a radical reinvention. The concept has already evolved considerably since it first gained popularity in the early s (and particularly since its first mention in the Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes in !). In fact, the quest to mine transactional data . The earliest known use of the term business intelligence is in Richard Millar Devens' Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes (). Devens used the term to describe how the banker Sir Henry Furnese gained profit by receiving and acting upon information about his environment, prior to his competitors.


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in All Ages and Countries, Volume 1 Volume 1 of Cyclopædia of Commercial. Cyclopaedia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes;; Volume 2 Paperback – Aug by R M (Richard Miller) Devens (Creator) See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Format: Paperback. Cyclopædia of commercial and business anecdotes; comprising interesting reminiscences and facts, remarkable traits and humors of merchants, traders, bankers etc. in. Firstly, the author of "Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes" is Richard Miller Devens not 'Millar'.

There is an earlier edition published in which may not be the first edition of the work. It is often problematic to establish the first year of publication for books of this era. Get this from a library.

Cyclopædia of commercial and business anecdotes comprising interesting reminiscences and facts, remarkable traits and humors of merchants, traders, bankers etc. in all ages and countries. [R M Devens]. Author of The pictorial book of anecdotes and incidents of the war of the rebellion, civil, military, naval and domestic, Cyclopædia of commercial and business anecdotes, American progress: or, The great events of the greatest century, Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes: Comprising Interesting., The pictorial book of anecdotes and incidents of the war.

Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes; Comprising Interesting Reminiscences and Facts, Remarkable Traits and Humors. of Merchants. Etc. in All Ages and Countries Volume 2. Devens R. (Richard Miller) (Creator).

The Pictorial Book of Anecdotes and Incidents of the War of the Rebellion 11 copies; Cyclopedia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes - Vol 1 2 copies; Cyclopaedia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes; Vol. II 2 copies; Cyclopædia of Commercial Anecdotes 1 copy.

History. The earliest known use of the term business intelligence is in Richard Millar Devens' Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes (). Devens used the term to describe how the banker Sir Henry Furnese gained profit by receiving and acting upon information about his environment, prior to his competitors.

Throughout Holland, Flanders, France, and. Devens, R. (Richard Miller): Cyclopædia of commercial and business anecdotes; (New York, London: D. Appleton and company, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Devens, R. (Richard Miller): Cyclopaedia of commercial and business anecdotes; comprising interesting reminiscences and facts, remarkable traits and humors of merchants, traders.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Cyclopaedia of commercial and business anecdotes, The pictorial book of anecdotes of the Rebellion, Cyclopædia of commercial and business anecdotes, The pictorial book of anecdotes and incidents of the war of the rebellion.

The premises of Business Intelligence: The first words “Business Intelligence” were pronounced in by Richard Devens in the book Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes Volume 1. In this book, Richard Devens uses it to describe the way that a banker, Sir Henry Furnese, succeeded: he had an understanding of political issues.

Business intelligence – over years old. Rob Meredith wrote in the Monash University Business Intelligence Blog that the term ‘business intelligence’ dates back to In that year, Richard Millar Devens used the term in his book ‘Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes’ (page ). Sir Henry Furnese profited by receiving information about his Author: Christian Nordqvist.

InRichard Millar Devens presented the phrase “Business Intelligence” (BI) in the Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business was using it to describe how Sir Henry Furnese, a banker, profited from information by. The pictorial book of anecdotes and incidents of the war of the rebellion, 2 copies; Cyclopædia of commercial and business anecdotes; 2 copies; The national memorial volume: Being a popular descriptive portraiture of 2 copies; Our land and country: life and history, treasures and splendors, from 2 copies.

Think of the CIA for a second. Yes, the Central Intelligence Agency. Basically they do two things: they mine data from any technologic device and spy, sort of a James Bond type of spying.

Why would they do this. To get the most reliable, actionabl. Business Intelligence is one of the oldest concepts in data processing. Though it was first coined by Richard Millar Devens in in the Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes, mining transactional data for business insights has been popular since the 90s.

Preface. NEITHER American nor English literature has hitherto possessed a Cyclopædia of Political Science and Political Economy. The want of a work of reference on these important branches of knowledge has long been felt, especially by lawyers, journalists, members of our state and national legislatures, and the large and intelligent class of capitalists and business .Cyclopaedia, or, An universal dictionary of arts and sciences: containing an explication of the terms, and an account of the things signified thereby, in the several arts, both liberal and mechanical: and the several sciences, human and divine: the figures, kinds, properties, productions, preparations, and uses of things natural and artificial: the rise, progress, and .The first use of the term “business intelligence” is widely attributed to Mr.

Richard Miller Devens, in his book Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes, first published in He used it to describe how Sir Henry Furnese, a successful banker, profited from information by actively gathering and acting on it before his competition.