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Which is correct for this sentence? I'm stumped after going to a couple of websites I still am not sure.

Top quality that will easily add value to any business' bottom line.

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grape pen 389Which is correct for this sentence?

Top quality that will easily add value to any business's bottom line.

grape pen 389 after going to a couple of websites I still am not sure.

I find it hard to believe that any reputable grammar site would suggest any other form.

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This can be confusing, really. Growing up, it was always Jesus,' never Jesus's. So, I guess the same principle would apply to the word, "business."

No, it does not. It applies only to those few Biblical and classical names you learned as a child.

Well, you would not say Sears-es employees, you would say Sears employees.

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businesses'