Three of the main forms of business writing that you may encounter in business writing are the following: The Business Letter (Click the link to see information on how to format and structure your business letter.) The Memo (Click the link to see information on how to structure and format a memo. The Purdue Owl also has good information on memo structure and format.) The Internal Report (Click the link for a good example of the internal report in memo format. Here is another excellent example of the internal report memo from Northern Kentucky University’s Matthew Ford.) For video discussions and explanations of letters, memos and internal reports, click each link. In your Discussion Post: Discuss the differences between the Business Letter, the Memo, and Internal Reports. Include the differences in audiences, circumstances, and details. Locate an online article regarding a reference to a Memo or Internal Report that was released to the public and was used, possibly even in a court case. In your opinion, was that Memo or Internal Report correctly or inappropriately utilized? Why or why not? Make sure to post the link to the article you found in your post.