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In a business context, stars are products that have low market share in markets that are declining.

"Dogs" is one of four categories in the "Boston Matrix", a two by two matrix relating market share and market growth. The Boston Matrix was developed by Boston Consulting Group. The other three categories in the matrix are problem children, stars and cash cows.

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See: Boston Matrix, stars, problem children, cash cows

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