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- n. The quality of being hypercompetitive.
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Their lack of knowledge resulting from hypercompetitiveness may result in them exacting revenge that you may not be able to stop.
Exclusionism via hypercompetitiveness only educates the few and not the masses.
With hypercompetitiveness, one number is your sole determination between slavery and freedom.
And the ruling pointed up the painful transition facing Microsoft as it grows into maturity: the realization that the hypercompetitiveness that made it strong may no longer work now that it is one of the most powerful companies on earth.
But he was also disturbed by racism and hypercompetitiveness, and while in Europe, struggling with the complex mix of admiration, fear, and insecurity the place aroused, he became even more aware of his Muslim identity.
The Wall Street culture becomes so self-referential that investment bankers assume everyone else shares the same level of hypercompetitiveness, nihilism, and preoccupation with money as they do.
But in a networked, flat world of hyperconnectivity and hypercompetitiveness, this is our answer -- more high-tech firewalling.