- mid- + tier (Wiktionary)
““Much of the smartphone growth during the first quarter of 2009 was driven by touchscreen products, both in midtier and high-end devices,” said Roberta Cozza, principal analyst at Gartner.”
“Younger people are shifting to living in separate households and retirees are continuing to stay in their apartments, resulting in a shortage of affordable midtier housing.”
“Although touch for touch sake drove the midtier space, high-end handsets will require integration around music, e-mail and Internet browsing, according to Gartner.”
“Marriott International Inc. on Wednesday will announce a plan to introduce its Fairfield Inn brand in India, part of a broader move by midtier U.S. hotel brands to try to tap into the country's growing middle class.”
“The venture is expected to operate around 15 midtier hotels in India by 2015.”
“The midtier push marks a renewed attempt to crack a market that as historically has proved difficult for some U.S. brands.”
“Marriott plans to introduce its Fairfield Inn brand in India, part of a broader move by midtier U.S. hotel brands to try to tap into the country's growing middle class.”
“Even midtier retailers such as Macy's have invested in Flash technology to spice up their online storefronts.”
“The auto companies that have a range of models from entry-level to midtier have held up better.”
“In the U.S., where it figures as a tiny me-too generic firm, Dr. Reddy's wants to become a large midtier company.”
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