The BIR chief explained a unitary rate system on cigarette could have been prevented smokers from down-shifting from high-priced
brands, such as Marlboro, Winston and Lucky Strike, to low-priced brand, like Mighty.
New Jersey) bottling location on a low-quality juice did not make the consumers more positive about the product one week after trying the product, but helped them to remember that the high-priced
or the Florida-bottled juice was bad," said the authors.
If Nomar's production falls, can Drew or Kent or any of the high-priced
players pick up the offensive slack?
To keep track of new customers, department stores are asking those who buy high-priced
goods to become holders of their credit card.
Federal banking regulators recently have sounded alarms about prospective risks to banks from ARM loans made in high-priced
areas to stretch housing affordability.
Christian Miller, director of research for MKF, noted that basic demographic trends favoring sales of mid to high-priced
wines are still present.
I no longer publish high-priced
B2B newsletters, so you could say I'm no longer stuck in the old paradigm.
For a few years, their position was beleaguered, and it looked like the high-priced
beer market might become the province of domestic specialty brewers.
Many paleontologists have criticized such high-priced
sales, charging that they encourage the commercialization of fossils and inhibit research (SN 12/13/97, p.
acquisitions in cash while competitors forked over high-priced
If you don't have a local eco-store, or if yours is a high-priced
boutique, Kevin Connelly suggests "poking around' in stores where you ordinarily shop.
toothpastes more abrasive than cheaper brands?
vendors add value to public information in any number of ways, some of them arduous and beneficial.
The industry average click fraud rate for high-priced
search terms remained at 20.
But as 2006 begins, most ferrous scrap processors find themselves eager to keep buying and selling scrap (ferrous as well as high-priced
copper and aluminum) and say they don't see the signs that might point to a rapid fall.