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As my colleague Ben Morris wrote years ago, the advantage Beane’s shrewd deal-making brought to Oakland year after year was worth far more than any one star player could have provided the franchise.
IF BILLY BEANE IS DONE WITH BASEBALL, HE’S LEFT AN INDELIBLE MARKNEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 15, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Tesla’s been shrewd in exploiting a system in which rivals help fund its rise.
Dramatic as the latter move would be, it would be a shrewd one considering how declining linear viewership and accelerating cord cutting is making the economics of operating a cable TV network less tenable.
For tech companies, the four-day week incites laser focus and shrewd prioritization.
Equal parts bitter tragedy and shrewd satire, it’s a cautionary tale against the ephemeral allures of fame and fortune, as well as an indictment of an industry that exploits and then discards the very people who make it possible in the first place.
Yet he could see into the heart of things as well as most men, for he was a shrewd Scotchman, and had a pawky humour.
This was accompanied by a shrewd look to his son, indicating plainly enough what he expected him to say.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
A vein of shrewd and humorous sarcasm, together with an under-current of quiet selfishness, made him a very pleasant companion. '
With the shrewd cleverness that scarcely ever deserted her, she had forced her temper into the service of deception.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
Taylor is a shrewd fellow; full of useful bits of information, and knows, I really believe, three-fourths of London by name.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD

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