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Jason Del Rey: What is the long term differentiation of that business to consumers?
But with the spiders, there isn’t any additional differentiation during each bout of diversification.
The distinguishing factor of a musci moss is the clear differentiation between their leaves and stems.
There’s a clear differentiation and an element in gambling that isn’t in fantasy sports.
That’s not differentiation that you can get paid for today in that business.
There has to be a slight differentiation between the royal family and us regular folk.
DoorDash, which was founded in 2013, has created some differentiation from competitors by striking delivery deals with more than 50 of the top 100 restaurant chains, including Wendy’s and the Cheesecake Factory.
Memory chips are considered commodities with little differentiation among them, making competition notoriously brutal, and marked by boom and bust cycles.
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