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- n. contemporaries of the same status
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To obtain it, I divided the first number, the market-value-to-sales ratio, by the second, the peer group average.
Carol Salisberry concluded, Based on the information given in peer group interviews, it seems that the Walters had a variety of parties and also small group gatherings at their home.
Nordstrom’s peer group included other larger retailers, such as Saks Fifth Avenue, the Gap, Inc., TJX Companies, Inc., and Rite Aid Corp. These were the retailers that had sales closest to Nordstrom’s six years ago.
s peer group was composed of similar-sized media and entertainment companies, not just Internet companies; Coca-Cola was compared with peers that included the largest consumer nondurables companies globally.
“In teen-think,” reports Sheila Anne Feeney of New York’s Daily News, “owning a pager means you are so important you cannot be disconnected from the collective pulse of your peer group even for a moment.