Columnist Campaigns Against Business Jargon The world of business has its own jargon based on complex financial terminology, but many of the phrases don't say anything. One observer says executives and financial analysts overuse a lot of phrases that are meaningless. Among them: "going forward" and "at the end of the day."

Columnist Campaigns Against Business Jargon

Columnist Campaigns Against Business Jargon

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The world of business has its own jargon based on complex financial terminology, but many of the phrases don't say anything. Columnist Lucy Kellaway says executives and financial analysts overuse a lot of phrases that are meaningless. Among them: "going forward" and "at the end of the day."

Kellaway, a columnist for the Financial Times newspaper speaks with Renee Montagne.