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The sentence would be "What if your businesses' non-compliance is discovered?" which refers to more than one business.

If there was only one business involved, it would be "What if your business's non-compliance is discovered?"

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Q: How do you spell possessive business in the following sentence What if your businesses non-compliance is discovered?
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