subindustry


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subindustry

(ˈsʌbˌɪndəstrɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a subdivision of an industry
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Industry could be represented by GICS or SIC industry and subindustry codes.
XTH tracks the performance of the S&P Technology Hardware Select Industry Index, comprised of companies in technology hardware, storage and peripherals, electronic equipment and instruments, and electronic components subindustry.
Because increasing complexity will continue to make business decisions more difficult to assess and execute, clients will increasingly seek advisers who have expertise in their industry This means that accounting firms should focus on developing great depth of knowledge in specific industry and subindustry verticals--specializing in, for example, not just restaurants but quick service chains.
First, an innovation in an industry or subindustry increases capital demand in that industry, leading to an IPO wave within that industry, but not for the overall universe of industries.
This is an industry category from BEA's GDP-by-industry data that contains scientific R&D services within it as a subindustry.
Continuing with this process, in a recent study we developed a new model that (1) classifies data breaches and related compromised records according to nine internal and external causal factors (or categories) and (2) five general industry categories/sectors and 18 related subindustry sectors.
According to the S&P Composite 1500 GICS Sector Scorecard, from S&P Capital IQ, the drug retail subindustry was up 19% for the year to date as of March 28, ahead of food retail (+15.
Hays's impressive survey of "the Hemingway industry--and the subindustry of Sun Also Rises criticism" makes for a valuable history and reference for key developments and debates; it could be a useful portal into the vast work done on The Sun Also Rises for established and emerging teacher-scholars, graduates, undergraduates, and other readers interested in the rich study this Lost Generation novel has engendered since 1926.
With so much money on offer, a subindustry of PPI claims management companies (CMCs) has sprung up, sending out millions of texts and emails each day in their bid to take a piece of the PPI pie.
Home healthcare is another rapidly growing subindustry, increasing 30.
Although almost all industries were proportionately split, information was split based on specific subindustry sectors.
7) This subindustry has a somewhat longer history in the United States, going back approximately fifteen years, to what has in the past been called "law lending.