Private enterprise, defined by the need to make a profit and compete with others trying to do the same:
A Burger King franchisee confirmed Wednesday that the company has asked franchisees to consider temporarily dropping the price of their double cheeseburger to $1, a move likely aimed at igniting a burger battle with McDonald's Corp.
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Late last year, Oak Brook-based McDonald's increased the price of its own double cheeseburger from $1 to $1.19 due to pressure from its franchisees, whose profit margins were increasingly being squeezed by rising ingredient costs.
Public enterprise, defined by a monopolistic culture that does not fear competition:
Economists claim the United States is suffering the worst economic recession since 1957.
But in-state undergraduate tuition is going up throughout the state.
According to The Associated Press, Indiana's Commission for Higher Education recommended a 5 percent increase at IU, Purdue and the University of Southern Indiana. Ball State University and Ivy Tech Community College might raise their tuitions by 4 percent, and the Commission said that Indiana State University and Vincennes University shouldn't go higher than 3.5 percent.