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  • There would be a big shake-out in the home-delivery pizza industry.

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  • But the European shake-out is far from the only driver of loan growth.

    Pickup in Lending Lifts Big Banks

  • The new factory built with Department of Energy funds foisted fixed costs on a company already struggling through an industry shake-out, they say.

    Loan Was Solyndra's Undoing

  • Still, the shake-out in Japanese retail positions involving a variety of currencies after the March earthquake is widely seen as the trigger for the huge slide in the dollar against the yen, which in turn prompted a coordinated yen-denting intervention by the Group of Seven leading industrialized nations.

    The Forex Power of Mrs. Watanabe

  • I predict in the next six months a very big shake-out is in the offing and rates will drop precipitously where perhaps even Metro will have to rethink a new strategy to put pressure on the big boys!

    No Minuet Count, Unlimited Calls to Mexico Cheap!

  • As part of the post-2008 shake-out, much more research money is now flowing into so-called second-generation biofuels that, unlike ethanol, aren't made from food crops.

    Biofuels Industry Battles Past Bumps in the Road

  • A huge shake-out from the public sector will add to the government's preferred International Labour Organisation measure of unemployment, pushing the total to almost 3m.

    'True' UK unemployment is 6.3m, says TUC

  • "What's going to happen in this space is in the next year or two you're going to see a lot of shake-out," Mr. Ryan predicts.

    Did Someone Say Tech Bubble?

  • Here's the breakdown of the possible leadership shake-out if Republican gains are as big as some expect.

    Election 2010: How a GOP win could shake out for Congressional leaders

  • The clause the Germans want to amend in the "excessive deficit procedure" has not been used - not even once - in almost 15 years...5.26pm: Our banking expert Jill Treanor thinks that the state of German banks, and in particular Commerzbank, is of most interest in the shake-out of the numbers from the EBA.Here's the announcement from Commerzbank.

    ECB cuts interest rates as crunch summit begins - Thursday December 8 2011

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