Daisy chain In finance, buying and selling the same commodity several times over as a way of inflating its trading activity on a stock exchange.

Danger pay Compensation offered to employees who work where prevailing unrest poses a great danger to their physical well-being.

Databank A collection of DATABASES.

Database An organized electronic collection of information according to a schema that is built into a database management system.

Database marketing Marketing based on extensive use of DATABASES to attract new customers and explore new markets.

Data capture Insertion of information into a computer system at the point of sale or other means.

Data dredging Process of drawing conclusions from data not warranted by the data alone.

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