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“The market-leading brand in many categories is impossible to displace.”
“Today's top-selling stents, including Abbott's market-leading Xience devices, are made of metal.”
“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.”
“The manufacturer's sales have soared in recent years, thanks largely to its market-leading memory-foam mattresses.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“Goodrich is posting double-digit growth rates from its market-leading positions making aircraft brakes, landing gear and other components.”
“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.”
“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.”
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