- adj. Extremely competitive
- hyper- + competitive (Wiktionary)
“And now, this hypercompetitive bantam rooster is attempting to blame others for what went wrong.”
“Similarly, it would be undervalued for others--creating hypercompetitive enterprises able to offer their workers the very best benefits and short work weeks, as in Germany.”
“At the center of this task is Mr. Gensler, 53 years old, a hypercompetitive former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executive who cut his teeth in Washington in the 1990s opposing some of the very rules he is now charged with implementing.”
“Ian Sugarbroad, former CEO of LGC Wireless, built his B2B company in the hypercompetitive environment of Silicon Valley.”
“While it may be difficult for the Chinese lenders to establish a foothold in the country's already hypercompetitive retail-banking market, they could develop their corporate banking businesses in South Korea.”
“Emanuel is hypercompetitive, power and money hungry.”
“Driven, self-centered, boastful and hypercompetitive, she vowed to become the greatest athlete of all time.”
“Susquehanna Financial Group is taking aim at bigger trading firms in the hypercompetitive stock-trading business.”
“Some rupiah-pinching subscribers are so price-sensitive that they change their number 20 times a year to take advantage of every little giveaway and discount in this hypercompetitive market.”
“At the same time, the AT&T chief pointed to much smaller regional carriers as evidence the mobile-phone market remained "hypercompetitive.”
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