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Ironically - maybe even counter-intuitively - the greatest area of opportunity may be downtown Manhattan.
An additional area of opportunity for Alacer is in associating the company's brands more closely with the growing market for bottled water.
Credit enhancement, long thought of as an area of opportunity because of the fee income and cash flow it can generate, is now a financing niche reserved for financially strong companies that can combine traditional real estate underwriting skills with a thorough understanding of bond structures.
Moreover, an ever-growing elderly population will lead to a steadily increasing number of PD sufferers over the next several decades; this fact makes the PD market a highly lucrative area of opportunity for drug developers with novel strategies that might address critical areas of unmet need.
The Scripps project is just one area of opportunity that the company is closely monitoring," Anthony said.
Based on prospects for this new area of opportunity and continuing growth for its existing monochrome LCD business, we look for EPS growth from an estimated $0.
The cities we currently serve will allow Wireless Frontier to continue their accelerated growth with a whole new area of opportunity.
We're very pleased about working with Intel in such an exciting area of opportunity," said Calvin Chow, Nanosys co-founder and Chief Executive Officer.