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  • Marketing troubles aren't unusual for companies like RIM, which is faced with a fast-evolving industry, a changed target audience and a corporate culture centered around engineers who aren't used to dealing with fuzzy consumer emotions, experts say.

    Misfires in Marketing at BlackBerry

  • Underlying Motorola's challenges is a fast-evolving cellphone market in which the definition of success has been changing dramatically.

    Missteps Slow Motorola

  • In today's fast-evolving media landscape, digital distributors such as Netflix and Amazon.com can "add value" for both consumers and media companies, Mr. Bewkes said.

    Ad Outlook Is Good, Time Warner CEO Says

  • She said the EU's executive arm was focused on helping Japan deal with the situation not on trying to qualify a fast-evolving situation on the ground.

    European Commission Tones Down Official's Warning

  • It raises serious questions about the sanctity of legal contracts in post-crash America, and about the fast-evolving relationship between American government and industry.

    The Final Days of Merrill Lynch

  • But even if the fast-evolving scandal doesn't ultimately scuttle the deal, one of the people said the latest revelations are likely to delay its completion by another six to 12 months.

    Scandal Hits BSkyB's Stock Amid Deal Jitters

  • That will give DuPont the No. 2 position in the fast-evolving industrial-enzymes sector and a greater presence in the $28 billion specialty-food-ingredients market.

    DuPont Pays High Price for Right Ingredients

  • This new ballet is choreographed by Fei Bo in a fusion of traditional Chinese and western classical styles that is reminiscent of the National Ballet's hugely popular version of Raise The Red Lantern: constructed on a spectacular scale, it showcases China's fast-evolving stock of ballet talent at both chorus and principal level.

    This week's new dance: Edinburgh special

  • We are stuck with sex, presumably because of the need to keep outwitting short-lived, fast-evolving parasites.

    Why Sex? To Keep Parasites at Bay, of Course

  • Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton continued making the rounds on the Sunday shows to discuss the fast-evolving situation in Egypt.

    Secretary Clinton: 'We're not advocating any specific outcome' in Egypt (Sunday talk shows)

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