- v. present participle of diversify.
“Templeton reflects a moment and then answers, "If truth be told, I believe above all in diversifying into international and emerging markets.”
“Given the revenue needs of many of those states, which have large, youthful populations and which have not yet succeeded in diversifying their economic development away from oil, it seems realistic to expect that with the insecurity premium removed, prices might stand at around $30/barrel.”
“• Tie rewards and compensation to success in diversifying the company.”
“For companies that succeed in diversifying their ranks, it's cyclical.”
“A number of industries have also made gratifying strides in diversifying their operations and taking other special measures to avoid seasonal unemployment.”
“While the idea of diversifying among advisors has some merit -- and it could reduce the exposure risk of another Madoff scandal -- it will also make the task of managing portfolios much more difficult and much less efficient.”
“I hope that other folks from all sorts of disciplines latch onto the idea of diversifying the way he has ...not forgetting the day job, but setting aside something personal and owning it all.”
“Harper, who last month called diversifying Canada's energy exports a "national priority," is aiming to reduce the country's reliance on the U.S., after President Barack Obama rejected TransCanada Corp.'s $7 billion Keystone XL pipeline to ship Canadian oil to the Gulf Coast.”
“And we often returned to one theme, a key one for us, namely diversifying the economy.”
“The faltering economy has sped the progress of the idea of diversifying the economy, Cohen said.”
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