Note: this is for further discussion of the answer given here: http://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/frequently-asked-questions/#usebusiness
The answer is very clear, why discuss it?
charlie.it: users may have further (related) questions that they want to discuss. Then we can update the FAQ accordingly.
The “business use”-question sadly is reduced to the question of paying for a piece of software. But like any individual, companies are also bound to licenses accompanied by the software. IMO it is worth to spend a word on that fact, since there are legal departments in this world - believe it or not - which prevent the use of (some) opensource software products, due to the terms of such license conditions.
Yes - whether it’s on one computer in your home office, or 10,000+ computers in an enterprise, you can use LibreOffice without paying any license fees. For larger deployments, The Document Foundation strongly recommends considering professional support options, provided by LibreOffice developers, consultants and professional trainers: Professional Support | The Document Foundation - The House of LibreOffice and Document Liberation Project
Are you just copying / pasting?
These are the topics for further discussion, as mentioned at the linked page. Mike Saunders is our marketing assistant.
I don’t see the point of your question - which you have them answered. The only further discussion would be that it should not be free for business use and be chargeable for such use.