Business As Usual Meaning
(idiomatic) The normal execution of standard functional operations within an organisation, particularly in contrast to a project or program which would introduce change (although that change may itself become business as usual).
Example: 2013 April 9, Andrei Lankov, â€œStay Cool. Call North Koreaâ€™s Bluff.â€, New York Times:
In other words, it is business as usual on the Korean Peninsula. Perhaps, when the atmosphere cools down, an argument can be made for giving North Koreaâ€™s leaders some of the assistance they want, if they are willing to make concessions of their own.