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  • The spectrum and $3 billion in cash promised by AT&T won't solve Deutsche Telekom's network shortcomings, and reversing course after spending a year explaining why its needs to leave the slow-growing U.S. market would be tricky.

    If Deal Fails, It's Back to Start at German Firm

  • "A slow-growing supply set against expected high demand underlies the projection of high and more volatile agricultural commodity prices," said the report.

    Agencies See Decade of High Food Prices

  • Endo Pharmaceuticals Holdings Inc. agreed to buy urology-products company American Medical Systems Holdings Inc. for about $2.6 billion, continuing Endo's rapid growth through acquisitions while lessening its reliance on a slow-growing drug product.

    Endo Diversifies in Urology Deal

  • The company has been restructuring its operations as it buys and sheds businesses to reshape its portfolio and lessen its dependence on slow-growing markets for heart devices.

    Boston Scientific Swings to a Profit

  • In most cases, the tumors are slow-growing and patients can live for many years.

    Two Drugs for Cancer Get Boost

  • Came the duration of darkness, and the slow-growing awareness of other things and of another self.

    Chapter 12

  • Chief Executive Jose Garcia Cantera said there's a "clear lack of demand" for credit in Spain, due to a "lethargic and slow-growing economy."

    Bad Loans Burden Banesto

  • Executive chef Andy Needham shows me the ingredients they use: slow-growing British carpet (palourde) clams which are much sweeter than their Ligurian counterparts, Ligurian olive oil and Voiello dried linguine.

    Cooking up holiday memories

  • CME has also seen traction in slow-growing efforts to expand its clearinghouse services to the swaps market.

    Busy Trading Boosts CME

  • I was pleased to see a fine specimen of Baptisia minor, a dwarf and very slow-growing Baptisia with more of a cascading growth habit than the usual B. australis.

    K-State Gardens « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

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