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Unbundle: to divide a business into separate parts:
Incremental: happening gradually, in a series of small amounts:
Paradigms: a model of something, or very clear and typical example of something:
Intensified: to make something stronger or more extreme, or to become stronger or
more extreme
Adjacent: very near, or with nothing in between
Feasible: possible, reasonable, or likely
Incentive: something that encourages a person to do something:
Externalities: damage caused by a company's activities for which it does not pay, or
something positive created by it for which it does not receive payment:
Preserve: to keep something as it is, especially in order to prevent it from decaying or
being damaged or destroyed:
Sabotage: to damage or destroy equipment, weapons,
or buildings in order to prevent the success of an enemy or competitor:
Redress: to correct a wrong
Erode: to weaken or damage something by taking away parts of it gradually, or
to become weaker in this way:
set-top boxes: a piece of electronic equipment that makes
it possible to watch digital television, to use the internet on ordinary televisions, or
to connect to cable or satellite television programmes:
ubiquity: the fact that something or someone seems to be everywhere
perpetual: continuing forever, or happening all the time
envision: to imagine or expect that something is a likely or desirable possibility in the future