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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.
Best-in-class pharmaceutical manufacturers exhibit 87% more availability than laggard performers Best-in-class performers reduce loss due to changeover at a factor 4 times greater than laggards Equipment failure is a significant contributor to lost capacity; however, best-in-class pharmaceutical manufacturers attribute 7% of lost capacity to equipment failure, versus laggards that experience a staggering 26% of capacity lost due to equipment failure.
Summary: EMC, the $15-billion vendor of IT storage solutions and software, has been somewhat of a laggard in the Indian market.
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.
I don't want to be a laggard, I want to be a leader," Burbank City Councilman Todd Campbell said.
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.
Japan's stock market is the only laggard among stock markets in 15 industrial nations in the late 1990s, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) said in an annual report released Monday.
Companies with a high degree of exposure to agricultural commodities or undergoing structural changes or financial stress comprise the laggard group.
To create antihydrogen, they need to increase the number of trapped positrons by a factor of at least 10, then bring together the laggard positrons and antiprotons so they can snare each other.
An average of 84% of their inside sales reps are achieving their annual sales quota, compared to 21% among Laggard companies
While the panel's report scolds the Clinton administration for its laggard response in closing off all potential avenues for espionage, it ought to realize this is an institutional problem that began more than two decades ago and continued through the Carter, Reagan and Bush administrations, while security resources were focused on the Soviet Union.
In contrast, only 38 percent of laggard companies demonstrate this type of collaboration between sales and marketing.
There's no argument that the medical profession has been very laggard in managing pain.