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It happened because talented employees demanded it, and talent is today’s top driver of corporate value.
In fact I’ve never worked with a senior team that was as talented, collegial and closely aligned as the one I was part of at The Times.
What is often overlooked in the “Moneyball” discussions, though, is just how talented those A’s were.
“Unfortunately, any way you cut it, baseball will be less talented next year in aggregate,” Horacek told FiveThirtyEight.
As talented as the rest of the league is, that’s borderline unfair, and it’s why Seattle is my pick to win the 2020 WNBA title.
In crime, as in business, if you surround yourself with talented and loyal people and you don’t have to worry about the law or government regulations, you can’t help but be successful.
They crunched data to identify — and hire — talented players that other teams had largely ignored.
I have a mild grievance against that talented lady, Miss Marjorie Bowen, for labelling her latest novel "a romantic fantasy."
Lady Selina was decidedly talented, very benevolent, unusually grave and serious, and extremely graceful.
The boy struck him as talented, but nothing made him suspect the germ of a great composer.

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