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EtymologyEdit

From biz +‎ babble.

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bizbabble (uncountable)

  1. Meaningless verbiage of business executives.
    • 1991, Stephen Baetz, Change Is: a Personal Guide for Organizational Change[1], page 26:
      Ouch, Abernathy thought, SET, targets, white papers, articulate, strategies, deployed. Bizbabble. No soul. He pushed himself to act interested.
    • 2001, Erwin S. Strauss, The Connection, issues 248–254:
      If you'd been using your approach a year ago, the list of A-rated funds for the preceding year—indeed, even for the preceding five years—would be loaded with funds invested in what the bizbabble channels call "the tech-heavy NASDAQ" (it's gotten to sound sort of like Homer's "wine-dark sea" and "rosy-fingered dawn" to me).
    • 2009 October 12, BMJ, “Re: Hey, guys.....”, in sci.research.careers, Usenet[2], retrieved 18 January 2015:
      I found out recently that bizbabble and HR speak have little influence on whether a company stays in business.

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