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research that gathers and analyzes information about the moving of good or services from producer to consumer

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However, the market researcher opines that Ultrabook PC still has lots to love: featuring lighter weight, skinner design, better performance and longer battery service life than traditional notebook PCs, as well as selling for higher unit prices to guarantee the profitability.
Market researcher DisplaySearch forecasts that 3-D ready TVs will grow from 0.2 million units in 2009 to 1.2 million in 2010 and hit 15.6 million units in 2013.
The company has recruited a team of market researchers to interview Liverpool shoppers about why they still buy the doilies, once synonymous with class and good manners.
Too much housework, according to a survey by market researchers CIAO' 3.
Market researchers estimate that since 2002 there has been nearly a 50% increase in the number of "for men only" brands on the market.
They came to Mitte in the mid-'90s to pioneer a new international art community and ended up abetting a real estate market geared toward what market researchers call "the new mobiles" and their dear consumption habits, from expansive apartments to designer clothes.
Its products are used by executives, managers, business intelligence professionals, business analysts, strategic consultants, financial professionals, market researchers, scientists, and engineers in nearly every industry.
Market researchers Mintel found the amount of sugar consumed in Britain dropped 10 per cent between 1999 and 2004.
Only two out of five women said they would undertake practical tasks, with only five per cent saying their considered DIY as their hobby, according to market researchers Mintel.
As a GSA contractor develops a new Federal Procurement Data System, some market researchers and watchdog groups are worrying that the price of contract data will skyrocket, The Washington Post reported.
Nearly 6% of men do no housework whatsoever, while 42% confessed they did a little, the survey by market researchers Mintel revealed.
The survey, by market researchers Mintel, found 26% of participants claimed to have tried a new dish after watching it cooked by a TV chef and 21% said the same programmes had made them more adventurous in the kitchen.
Most handset makers said the total market was around 460 million units in 2003, while market researchers had expected 500 million Nokia, said it sold 55.3 million phones, Motorola 22.4 million, and Siemens 15.2 million.
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