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  • and this segment is now far bigger, with the gap between the segments continuing to widen each year. By 2009, however, there was evidence that Tide's US market share had come under considerable pressure
  • weight has failed to help Adidas group narrow that gap further, and if anything it has continued to fall behind the leader. By 2014, SportsOneSource estimated Reebok's share of the US market to have slumped
  • however, in a generally falling US market, the gap has widened slightly not narrowed. According to Beverage Digest research for 2009, Pepsi-Cola had 9.9% share of the all-channel retail CSD market by
  • Instead it has concentrated on filling out gaps in its coverage with highly selective purchases of niche players. Despite the lack of any major acquisitions, Omnicom's overall revenues have continued
  • much closer competition to casual retailers such as Gap. The experiment failed to take off, and was just as quietly discontinued in 2006. The group sells through a variety of third-party retailers, as
  • has invested heavily in recent years to narrow the gap with sector leader Del Monte. Nestle acquired independently owned Waggin Train dog snacks in 2010, Zuke's in 2014 and Merrick natural and organic
  • Yet still the gap between Anheuser and its tow competitors appeared dauntingly wide. Coors' own operations had undergone a considerable rebirth during the decade through two transformational acquisitions
  • filling a sizeable gap in MDC's portfolio for dedicated media agencies. It was followed by another US media independent TargetCast TCM, whose CEO Steve Perella became president of a newly created umbrella
  • advertising with McCann Erickson threatened to leave a gaping hole in McGarryBowen's portfolio. Undaunted, the agency plugged that gap with new wins from Kraft and Walt Disney, and John McGarry's persistence
  • customer service meant that it rapidly closed the gap on its rival, overtaking Master Charge by 1979. That year, Interbank rebranded once again, changing both its own name and that of its main product

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