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  • Dell's new laptop comes as the company has renewed its efforts to gain traction with customers willing to purchase higher-priced computers.

    In China, Dell Set to Unveil High-Performance Laptop

  • In addition, the availability of a cheaper, stand-alone generic Lipitor could reduce the appeal of higher-priced, brand-name drugs.

    Pfizer Tries to Block Merck Lipitor-Zetia Pill

  • Mr. Morse said the higher-priced display-ad sales grew year over year as Yahoo's new sales approach resonated with more advertisers, while the lower-priced, "non-premium side of the equation under-ran our expectations."

    Yahoo Fails to Halt Slide in Revenue

  • TNT also aims to make its domestic business in China profitable in 2013, by expanding into higher-priced, higher-margin delivery services.

    TNT Considers More Cost Cuts

  • The plans come at a moment when some in Hollywood had begun to question the viability of 3-D, with ticket sales faltering amid complaints that the format was becoming an excuse to sell higher-priced tickets for an unnecessary visual effect.

    Disney to Convert More Animation Titles to 3-D

  • Consumers were cool on higher-priced sets with added features and sales were driven instead by heavy discounting.

    Corning's Profit Falls 53% Amid LCD Price Slump

  • BEIJING—A dozen stores operated by Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in the southwestern Chinese city of Chongqing have been shut down by local authorities after having been accused of falsely labeling regular pork as higher-priced organic pork, according to Wal-Mart spokeswoman Christina Lee .

    Authorities Shut Wal-Mart Stores in Southwestern China

  • Incremental dollar-denominated debt may rise faster than that of the firm's net debt as the telecommunications service provider aims to divert its internal cash generation to repay its higher-priced rupee debt while using its dollar debt for a larger part of its capital expenditure, he said.

    Idea Cellular Favors Offshore Borrowing

  • The Waters amendment adds to the CFPA Oversight Board 5 representatives from the fields of “consumer protection, fair lending and civil rights, representatives of depository institutions that primarily serve underserved communities, or representatives of communities that have been significantly impacted by higher-priced mortgages” to join Federal banking regulators in advising the Director on the consistency of proposed regulations, and strategies and policies that the Director should undertake to enforce its rules.

    Coyote Blog » 2009 » October

  • President and Chief Executive Dolph Baker said retail demand remained strong and higher-priced specialty-egg sales continued to grow, accounting for nearly 24% of revenue and nearly 18% of total dozens sold.

    Cal-Maine Profit Falls 2.7% on Higher Feed Costs

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