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jack staff

[′jak ‚staf]
(naval architecture)
A staff or flagpole attached to the bow of a ship, or the end of a spar projecting from the bow.
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Clay Ryder along with Zona senior analysts Harry Fenik, Vice President, Greg Blatnik, Vice President, and Jack Staff, Chief Economist will host panel sessions including:
Online brokerages and their competitors need to understand such market dynamics to prosper in today's high-speed, take-no-prisoners trading environment," states Jack Staff, Chief Economist, Zona Research.
The fact that over one quarter of enterprises now charge their marketing executives with setting ecommerce strategy demonstrates a significant shift in the Internet's development," states Jack Staff, Chief Economist, Zona Research.
Using an industry-first economic model, we estimate approximately $362 million dollars in ecommerce revenues could be at risk of being lost each and every month because of the impact of unacceptable download times," said Jack Staff, Director and Chief Economist, Zona Research.
The buyers who are driving this marketplace want the convenience of using the Internet but also want to know they are ultimately dealing with a human being, not just the computer on their desk," stated Jack Staff, Zona's Chief Economist.
The fact that an unsuccessful Web purchase did not automatically result in a traditional retail sale, represents a significant lost opportunity for all sellers," explains Jack Staff, director and chief economist, Zona Research, Inc.