Is there a word or phrase for saying something in an intentional manner to use such generic language as to avoid including any useful details? Example:
We have pivoted to align our business strategy with the prevailing market dynamics. This will capture value to our shareholders through targeted initiatives that promote change to enhance our leadership position.
This says nothing concrete.
It's not exactly obfuscation, which hides details somehow.
It's not exactly bloviation, which implies making an excessively long speech, because it's short.
It's not exactly empty rhetoric (oddly enough I can't find a good definition) as it is not really trying to persuade or argue anything. (although the emptiness is certainly there)
How would you describe this communication technique?