Analyze This! Fragmentation

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Our latest Analyze This! video explains what fragmentation is and why it’s an issue.

00:08 – What exactly is fragmentation?

00:56 – The challenges of integration

01:53 – Trends towards disintegration

02:55 – Potential costs of disintegration

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