The usual rule in halachah, as far as business dealings, is הכל כמנהג המדינה - everything follows the local custom. This applies to things like expected product quality (Shulchan Aruch Choshen Mishpat ...
Shulchan Aruch, Choshen Mishpat 292:7 states the following halachah (from Bava Metzia 43a): If Reuven deposits money with Shimon (a moneychanger or storekeeper) for safekeeping, Shimon is entitled ...
Character definitions: Reuven is the proud owner of Big Business A. Shimon was hired to work for Big Business A. As part of his job, Shimon is responsible for interacting with various Big Business A ...
Are there any restrictions or limitations for a gentile owning and operating a kosher establishment? Are there any limitations or restrictions for Jews patronizing such an establishment?
Halakhically, is a business transaction conducted over Chat/IM/SMS a "written" or "oral" contract? Chat is oral-style communication in a textual medium. Does the fact that it's actually written ...
Many shuls have the practice of selling kibbudim (i.e. aliyot, hafotrah, opening the aron, etc.) on major holidays, usually via auction. I've been to some shuls where this is done every shabbat. A ...
Could selling non-tznius clothing in a clothing store be considered mesaye le-dvar aveira?