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    Why PlayStation 4 Is Selling Faster Than Xbox One by SAP Guest
    Published on January 27, 2014
    by Lee Clemmer, Media Analytics Lead, SAP Just before the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One launched back in November, I took a look at social media data to see how the two next-generation consoles were stacking up to one another.  At the time, the PS4 was being…
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    Why Doesn’t Sprint Care About Customer Retention? by Daniel Newman
    Published on January 16, 2014
    I’m not sure how the heck we ended up with Sprint. As I tried to think back, I really couldn’t remember what drove the decision early on, nevertheless, around 5 years ago my wife…

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