laggard


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arner have been a real laggard in stock market terms for a long time with a lot of great assets that "Even for 21st Century Fox "Even for 21st Century Fox this is a colossal deal.
Summary: EMC, the $15-billion vendor of IT storage solutions and software, has been somewhat of a laggard in the Indian market.
The average of the top 20% of each KP1 denotes best-in-class performance for that KPI, the average of the middle 50th percentile represents average performance, and the average of the bottom 30th percentile represents laggard performance.
com, -- the Internet Movie Database -- this latest incarnation essaying the exploits of the legend of Sherwood Forest certainly wouldn't qualify as the last man, but it does fit comfortably as a laggard amid the pack.
Further, while manufacturers that are average or laggards are focused primarily on inventory reduction, an important yet internally focused benefit.
Even Bell South, a relative laggard, had a 26 percent return on equity in 1999, compared with 13 percent as recently as 1993.
If you can follow these principles, then acceptance by the late majority and laggard adopters will be accelerated.
Moving from laggard to star will take two to three years
Lochinvar is a brave knight who arrives unannounced at the bridal feast of Ellen, his beloved, who is about to be married to "a laggard in love and a dastard in war.
The structure of the summit meetings enables the laggard state to blackmail the other members.
We found that at the outset of the 10-year period-before their directors of the Star firms held substantially more equity than those of the laggard firms.
Finally, Pharmacia & Upjohn (NYSE: PNU) was the only laggard, with a negative 3.
A person might be an innovator in one area, a laggard in another, and among the early majority in a third area.
Companies with a high degree of exposure to agricultural commodities or undergoing structural changes or financial stress comprise the laggard group.
Laggard performers clearly do not take advantage of customer information.