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  • n  a change in the form of a word (usually by adding a suffix) to indicate a change in its grammatical function
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  • The Second Wave of the VM Effect, SMB’s on the Move | #IBMEdge
    We’re at inflexion points in mobile, cloud and Big Data. Andy Monshaw, GM, PureFlex, IBM stopped by #theCUBE at IBM Edge to chat with the hosts Wikibon Senior Analyst Dave Vellante and Wikibon Analyst Stu Miniman. Monshaw discussed how he … Continue reading ?
    June 12, 2013 - SiliconANGLE

  • Chakraborty in AFP
    India is at an inflexion point, there is a re-rating of the market,said Amitabh Chakraborty, equities chief at Mumbai's Religare Securities, who dismisses talk of a "bubble."
  • Leonard Riggio in Wall Street Journal
    The inflexion point happens in 2012, and then what you see is our earnings start growing,Riggio said. "We start behaving like a growth company with double-digit growth in earnings year after year."
  • Gordon Brown in
    India is at a tremendous inflexion point, and this new venture will aim to meet the growing demand in that region for accurate and insightful business journalism -- both in terms of covering Indian business as well connecting the dots between India... Raju Narisetti Wall Street Journal Apr 10, 2006 51653 69104 inflict It's obvious that we have a group of people, not just in this country but around the world, who are prepared to inflict maximum damage on civilians," said Gordon Brown, British Prime Minister.

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