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  • "The moves by J.C. Penney could help reinvigorate the mid-tier department stores," said Edward Yruma , retail analyst at KeyBanc Capital Markets.

    Penney CEO Says Profit Won't Suffer

  • More airlines are offering a way to escape spartan coach without buying pricey business-class tickets: an increasingly popular mid-tier class called premium economy.

    What's 'Premium Coach' Worth?

  • Evidence that Hughes is a good manager who, with enough time at his disposal can get a mid-tier club to punch way above its weight.

    Fulham Move Fast to Land Jol

  • "In the mid-tier squeeze, there is a lot of pressure."

    Contractors Find Gains Hard to Hold

  • For instance, Deepak Hathiramani , founder of Vistronix Inc., a Reston, Va., technology support services company, was so unprepared for the challenges of a mid-tier contractor that his company stumbled after growing to $30 million in annual revenue.

    Contractors Find Gains Hard to Hold

  • Dan Gordon, the current administrator of the procurement policy office, says the Obama administration is making efforts to help growing contractors, by increasing transparency about upcoming business opportunities and breaking up large contracts into multiple, smaller ones that are within a mid-tier's reach.

    Contractors Find Gains Hard to Hold

  • Bloomberg News In Canada, some politicians have expressed worry that smaller and mid-tier Canadian mining and natural-resources companies will have a hard time raising capital if the London Stock Exchange succeeds in acquiring TMX.

    Stock-Exchange Mergers Fan Nationalism

  • In Canada, some politicians have expressed worry that smaller and mid-tier Canadian mining and natural-resources companies will have a hard time raising capital if the London Stock Exchange succeeds in acquiring TMX.

    Stock-Exchange Mergers Fan Nationalism

  • Chris King, an analyst at Stifel Nicolaus, said in a report issued Friday that if Qwest sold its long-distance network and became a retail phone company it could become a buyer or a seller in the consolidation happening among rural and mid-tier phone companies.

    Qwest Backs Off Sale of Its Long-Distance Network

  • If there is one company that I know can break out of the mid-tier crisis and get to a billion dollars, it is MindTree.

    The Mindtree Muddle

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