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an economic condition that results in the elimination of marginally financed participants in an industry

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However, for those organizations with strong brand awareness the shake-out will actually be a good thing.
Performance-proven for a wide range of customer applications, General Kinematics high frequency, two-mass vibratory shake-outs remove sand faster and better while helping to reduce casting damage typically caused by rotary shakeouts.
New and exciting industrial technologies undergo periods of fast growth as well as shake-outs.
Taneja`s study of the inevitable global shake-outs that the industry experiences - such as government attitudes, passenger expectation and consumer revolt - brings home the volatile nature of the industry, but puts these potential problems into positive outcomes
investment bankers are accustomed to shake-outs and business shifts daily, and are more like information brokers than securities brokers.
Of all the technology stories that, have emerged during the past year--dotcom shake-outs, venture capitalists, the digital divide--one theme resounds loudly: education.
Rapid growth, industry shake-outs and continued consolidation will result in a stronger and tougher sub-prime lending market by the end of 1998.