“Volcker's pragmatic solution to the problem of declining production was to free up the administrative, finance and service sectors of the economy: to "commoditize," and take proper competitive advantage of, the vast consumer market itself.”
“But as more and more corporations find bright new ways to "commoditize" their workforce and offshore their "labor resources," the talented and committed will find the pitfalls of life outside of a Fortune 500 to be worth the risks.”
“(government requirements) we should seek also to 'commoditize' biofuels and help create an international market to increase their trade by harmonizing fuel standards,”
“The big question is - what will commoditize Google??”
“Is it possible to commoditize or replace the ad-clicking consumer?”
“It is much harder to commoditize an armed citizen.”
“There is some Indian company trying to commoditize analyst coverage, starting with corporate bond analysis.”
“Yes, I think Gadget Sleuth is echoing the oft-repeated refrain that Apple should commoditize the Mac, to make low-end, cheap models that compete with Dell, HP, Acer, et al. Not only is there no incentive for Apple to do this – that low-end is about as sleazy as it gets, business-wise – but it would only bring negatives for Apple.”
“The strategy of delivering bandwidth as just another component of the cloud, rather than a higher-margin add-on service will help commoditize the CDN business further.”
“Back to Financial Times, it seems like a suitable name for the last decades when finance, like once gold and iron, went through a face of innovation, became an excessively big part of the economy to later commoditize and become a more normal part of our economy. gordon gekko Says:”
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