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  • In its fiscal 2013 budget request, the agency notes that it's asking for about $128 million less than it got last year, including what it called a "cost-conscious" reduction of 25 jobs.

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  • One of the book's recurrent subplots involves the industry's focus on Pulitzer Prizes, with cost-conscious executives who prefer shorter and more local stories puzzled by editors' single-minded focus on the sort of expensive, multipart reporting projects that win prizes from their peers.

    Newspaper Daze

  • But in today's cost-conscious world the cutting edge concept car is a broader and more complex expression of a company's heritage, abilities and ambitions.

    Dream Cars

  • Some cable and satellite executives argue that rising costs driven by fees for big networks like Fox could even tually have a similarly dire consequence: encouraging cost-conscious consumers to cut off their TV subscriptions altogether.

    News Corp., Cablevision Dig in Heels in Fee Fight

  • The company 's desktop and laptop computers are priced similarly to high-end PCs, but many companies are reluctant to make the switch because Apple doesn' t offer cheaper products that cost-conscious businesses are looking for.

    Apple Sees a Ripe Corporate Market

  • Companies such as Roche, Abbott and Eli Lilly are betting that the emphasis on diagnostics will enable them to produce more efficient and cheaper therapies that will satisfy cost-conscious and risk-averse watchdogs, who are constantly lifting the bar for approving new drugs.

    Companies Aim to Personalize Therapy

  • It encourages competition among private insurance plans and provides incentives for cost-conscious choices among plans by beneficiaries.

    Medicare Reform: Obama vs. Ryan

  • Meredith Corp. is adding two food magazines as it expands into a category the company says is ripe for targeting cost-conscious consumers.

    Meredith Expands Its Menu

  • Mind you, we want poor people to be less cost-conscious when it comes to consuming healthcare, so in one obvious sense this is a strength of the French alternative.

    On the Health Care Front, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • After initially dismissing the likelihood that consumers would "cut the cord" by turning off their pay-TV subscriptions, media executives are starting to acknowledge the need to sell smaller bundles of TV to lure younger, and more cost-conscious consumers.

    Cable-TV Honchos Cry Foul Over Soaring Cost of ESPN

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