branch gain

branch gain

[′branch ‚gān]
(control systems)
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Stressing Camfil's key differentiator -- that its longer lasting, more efficient air filters don't just perform better, they deliver a total cost of ownership that's lower than the competition -- Allen has helped the Alabama branch gain market share in key segments including schools, universities, automotive facilities, and healthcare.
In other words, branch gains and losses went hand-in-hand with population gains and losses.
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Noninterest income increased $156 million or 29 percent compared with the prior-year quarter, excluding the $27 million of branch gains in 1999.