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Once again, they’re being tested to retool their marketing strategies to prepare for significant shifts both in the short term and on the horizon.

From Digiday

After retooling their offensive approach to launch way more three-pointers, the Jazz has improved from 23rd in bench scoring last year to sixth this year.

Harden will join Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving on one of the East’s top contenders, while the Rockets prepare to enter a retooling cycle after eight straight postseason appearances.

After Azar ordered an internal review, a retooled science-based initiative got underway in December.

Workers protested last month after the leader of a powertrain plant Daimler is retooling for EVs left the company for Tesla.

From Fortune

Keep Red at the center, retool everything around him, and let the show run wild.

The fiscal cliff showdown is the first test case of whether Obama can retool his vaunted campaign apparatus for his second term.

The magazine will be reduced to 13 issues per year and will retool itself to become a more general-interest title.

Apple will save money by not having to retool its production line.

Over the longer term, it needs to retool itself so it can become competitive in the Northeast, Midwest, and California.

To produce a new invention, you'd have to retool an entire factory.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to retool, such as: fix, fix up, modernize, overhaul, reassemble, and rebuild.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.