market-leading love

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  • The market-leading brand in many categories is impossible to displace.

    IPSC: trademark and the consumer

  • Today's top-selling stents, including Abbott's market-leading Xience devices, are made of metal.

    Patients May Benefit From New Heart Device

  • Bottom line: By keeping iPad 2 prices the same as those of the original iPad, Apple has kept its market-leading tablet more than competitive with the small-but-growing field of Android-based tablets.

    First Look: Apple iPad 2 (video)

  • The manufacturer's sales have soared in recent years, thanks largely to its market-leading memory-foam mattresses.

    Investors Should 'Tempur' Their Enthusiasm

  • In the year-and-a-half since Apple Inc. released the market-leading iPad, other companies have tried to one-up the technology giant by going smaller, lighter and cheaper.

    Amazon Hoping Software Lights a Fire Under Tablet

  • Related RBS to Cut 3,500 More Jobs Instead, all of the truly capital-intensive businesses will be retained in a new markets unit to include fixed-income trading activities such as foreign exchange, rates, sterling bond issuance and securitization, where RBS has market-leading franchises.

    RBS Bids to Shrink to Glory

  • The London Metal Exchange said that it had been approached by several suitors and would start a formal review of offers that could value the market-leading platform at around GBP1 billion $1.55 billion.

    London Metal Exchange Courted By Potential Suitors

  • Goodrich is posting double-digit growth rates from its market-leading positions making aircraft brakes, landing gear and other components.

    United Technologies in Talks to Acquire Goodrich

  • A diesel-powered Ford Fiesta and a Fiat 500 subcompact outfitted with a new two-cylinder MultiAir engine were among the conventional powertrains on display that boasted emissions very close to market-leading hybrids.

    Conventional Engines Prevail At Paris Show

  • Specifically, investors were asked to consider GM's strengthened balance sheet after bankruptcy stripped out over $80 billion in liabilities, GM's market-leading presence in China, and steps the new management team were taking to reverse losses in its struggling European division, Opel, after deciding to keep the unit in late 2009.

    White House Calling The Shots On GM IPO: Reuters

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