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What does YG stand for?

YG stands for Yankee Group

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Media Partnership Cements Yankee Group as the Preferred Industry Analyst Firm of TelecomTV BARCELONA, Spain -- Yankee Group and TelecomTV today announced a first-of-its-kind online media partnership to jointly produce research-rich news content and analysis that serves the global information and communications technology (ICT) industry.
Strategic Industry Association Partnership Strengthens Yankee Group's Presence in China BOSTON & BEIJING -- Yankee Group and China Mobile Communications Association (CMCA), a nonprofit organization solely devoted to the mobile communications industry, today announced an exclusive alliance to better serve the Chinese mobile market by providing collaborative, market-relevant content and conferences.
Standalone DVR Sheds Subscribers While Service Providers Discover New Market Differentiation BOSTON -- Yankee Group today announced that the standalone DVR product category will cease to exist by 2010, and its dissolution will result in the end of TiVo as we know it.
C-Level Industry Leaders Explore the Impact of Ubiquity on Networks, Service Delivery and Business Models BOSTON -- Yankee Group today announced the speaker lineup for its 2007 Telecom Industry Forum, "Reinventing Communications: The Impact of Ubiquity on Networks, Service Delivery and Business Models.
Jason Shore, CFO, and John Jacobs, SVP of Marketing and Product Management, Join Firm BOSTON -- Yankee Group today announced the appointments of Jason Shore as the new chief financial officer and John Jacobs as the senior vice president of marketing and product management.
Menino Addresses the Value of WiMAX World in Support of Boston Municipal WiFi BOSTON -- Yankee Group today announced that Mayor Tom Menino joined over 4,000 WiMAX World USA attendees in Boston to share his vision for they city's municipal WiFi project.