If you`re to the point of trying to figure out a) what of the list you
would need, and b) where you would get it, I`m thinking your first step
is some business education.
One way would be to attend or audit a couple of basic business courses
at your local community college. Another is to take out some college
textbooks for Business 101 types of classes.
You could also check out places like your local SCORE
group, and they can help you more specifically determine what it is you need to learn next.
I wonder if you`d mind giving us your age? :-) An "LP" is short of
"long-playing" record. They were the only music media for a long time,
and came after the 78 rpm records on windup players. LP`s were 33 rpm
(revolutions per minute) records, offering 22 minutes of music per
side. "45`s" were for single releases, one on each side, playing at 45
The reason so many CDs today are using only a portion of their
available storage space is because the CD originally was a replacement
for the LP "albums." Those held about 45 minutes of music, so most CDs
at that time also held the same amount, despite their capacity for 70
or more minutes.
What`s your current business education? Would you say you`re beginner, intermediate, or experienced?