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I think it’s important to share some of those stories because, oftentimes, I think people are put on a pedestal, especially when you’re the first woman to graduate from The Citadel.
We know that having the data isn’t synonymous with deriving value from the data as it oftentimes exists in silos, in different structures or schemas and accessible to different teams within an organization.
Because oftentimes it’s that gap where you kind of know something wasn’t quite right.
I very much like the fact that these are a better proxy for the economy, whereas narrow large-cap indices are oftentimes heavily impacted by sharp moves of large constituents.
It is in newsrooms, it is in press conferences, but oftentimes the source content is on Twitter.
This is a huge mistake because oftentimes, we’re running in the wrong direction to fix the problem, because we don’t even understand it.
Depends on the content, but oftentimes we use Twitter to test out what content works for us and what doesn’t.
“Spanish-language content is oftentimes a little bit more concerning just because there’s less accountability,” he says.
There is nothing cheaper than advice, and oftentimes nothing dearer, that is, if you are foolish enough to take it from everybody.
In money matters modesty and meekness are oftentimes great faults, and the contrary qualities are of infinite use.

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