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“Among its most valuable players are Ms. Allen, a wise and adaptable pianist, and Ms. Spalding, a bassist and singer probably best known as the dark-horse standout of last year's Grammy Awards.”
“But he is considered a dark-horse candidate to succeed Mr. Buffett because he is 67 years old.”
“With those three coming back, PC could be a dark-horse contender for a top-half finish in next year's standings.”
“Insurance giant American International Group Inc. has agreed to sell its Taiwan unit to a dark-horse bidder for US$2.16 billion in its second attempt to exit the market and recoup money it owes the U.S. government.”
“Meanwhile, the company agreed to sell its Taiwanese unit to a dark-horse bidder for $2.16 billion”
“*** Business & Finance American International Group agreed to sell its Taiwan unit to a dark-horse bidder, a consortium dominated by Ruentex Group, for $2.16 billion in its second attempt to exit the market and recoup money it owes the U.S. government.”
“Israeli central banker Stanley Fischer announced a formal bid to head the International Monetary Fund, positioning himself as a dark-horse candidate as the race enters its final stages.”
“For that reason, a deep-pocketed, dark-horse bidder—whose name hasn't been bandied about—may still emerge as the winner.”
“This was emerging as the dark-horse possibility—until Nova's statement game on Wednesday.”
“Still, in a relatively weak year for movies, "Margin Call," with its handful of early awards and a first-rate ensemble cast that includes Oscar winners Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons , has been slotted by some into the dark-horse Best Picture spot previously occupied by "The Hurt Locker" and 2011 contender "Winter's Bone.”
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