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It’s easier for me to go to Russia and train with top coaches and choreographers there than go to Colorado Springs and train with 14 of my competitors.
Typical mergers happen when there are two competitors coming together, and they reduce overhead.
So long as TARP money is wrapped up in GM, the company will never shake its ‘Government Motors’ image. That label, as competitors and GM employees are keenly aware, is code for one thing: ‘GM is a failure.’
Theatre has so many competitors, it’s no longer enough to see and hear a play. You want to be able to touch and smell it, too.
If we do not act quickly, Jaxport will fall behind competitors on the East Coast – and the economic engine that has driven this community for the past decade will be put in danger.
I looked around and saw my competitors: they’re all doing these quads, and at the same time, they’re a head shorter than me, they’re 10 years younger than me, and they’re the size of one of my legs.
On ‘Tough Enough’ you’re in a house with your competitors, living, eating and breathing with them. That’s really tough.
In 1995, I had been chosen to make a short presentation about the state of the TV business at a company retreat in Santa Barbara. At the time, I felt we were not real competitors in network television. The studio wasn’t prolific; we didn’t have much of a brand.
For example, a breakthrough in better batteries could supplant hydrogen. Better solar cells could replace or win out in this race to the fuel of the future. Those, I see, as the three big competitors: hydrogen, solar cells and then better batteries.
Google’s competitors argue that Google designs its search display to promote Google ‘products’ like Google Maps, Google Places, and Google Shopping, ahead of competitors like MapQuest, Yelp, and product-search sites.
You cannot plan for the Champions League: the competitors are always overwhelming. It is a big new challenge every year.
We can only compete in the world against competitors from Asia, the United States, or wherever if we look at unmet needs.
Motorsport is all about gaining as much of an advantage as you can and the FIA are there to make sure I don’t gain an advantage over my competitors.
As competitors, winning is what drives you.
Customers are willing to try new things, and if you can survive, you will have fewer competitors. It’s like entering the eye of the storm. As long as you are strong enough to survive, you can end up in still water by yourself.
You’ve got to do the research. You’ve got to understand the market place, know your competitors.
The fact is that our business is fundamentally really strong. We have a platform and a depth that no one in the tech industry has. This means we have competitors at every layer.
When I started half.com, our three biggest competitors were Borders, Tower Records and Blockbuster Video.
I can only tell you that eggs, country ham, biscuits, a pot of coffee, a morning paper, a table by the window overlooking the veranda and putting green, listening to the idle chitchat of competitors, authors, wits and philosophers, hasn’t exactly been a torturous way to begin each day at the Masters all these years.
In general, you don’t want competitors to understand your business outside of telling people your revenue and profitability numbers.
Move fast. Speed is one of your main advantages over large competitors.
All of our competitors around the world, every country is investing more in infrastructure as a percentage of their GDP than we are. And down the road our children and grandchildren will have to compete with that more and more.
Probably the No. 1 characteristic, if you want win championships, you’ve got to be great competitors. It’s got to come naturally.
I look up to Divas like Trish Stratus and Lita. They are very beautiful women and they are bad. They are strong and great competitors who can handle themselves.
Our employees and competitors thought we were docile. We want to be defiantly disruptive. I don’t mean necessarily by launching price wars but by being the best at the basics – having the best customer service, the best on-time performance, the best coffee – in a thoughtful, not a testosterone-laced, way.
Business is war. I go out there, I want to kill the competitors. I want to make their lives miserable. I want to steal their market share. I want them to fear me and I want everyone on my team thinking we’re going to win.
As a nation, we must unite in recognizing the mounting evidence that the U.S. is falling behind international competitors in producing students ready for 21st-century jobs.
If it comes to be believed that we are simply a propaganda organ of some kind, as a lot of people believe about some of our competitors, that would be a problem.
I think, as competitors, you always wanted to try and gain an advantage, and you have that opportunity to go out and grab those bonus points and gain as many as you can throughout the year.
I respect my competitors, you know, I get respect back from them. I respect people out there who pay for their tickets to come watch us compete. And I respect the reporters because they’ve got to come out here and tell a good story. That’s what it is. It’s just a cycle of respect.
I want to wake up every day and feel that I’m training harder than my competitors, that I’m dieting harder, that I’m recovering better. That’s what gives me confidence when I’m lining up on the blocks. I’ve never gone out to prove people wrong. I just want to be the best that I can possibly be.
In snowboarding, I’ve always looked at really strong competitors through a lens of gratitude rather than envy in the sense that the better my competition is, the more it forces me to work hard, focus, and be better myself if I want to succeed, which I do.
Companies that rely on licensing a proprietary dataset should expect to be outpaced by competitors using modern data collection techniques and more frequent updates and greater accuracy.
The world’s most successful tournament competitors – like me, Phil Ivey, Erick Lindgren, Phil Hellmuth, and countless others – like to play small ball poker. It’s a style that we use to steadily increase our stacks in no limit hold’em tournaments without having to assume significant risk.
It’s easy for me to see how a business proposition is going to play out, or who our next-generation competitors are, from taking this data point from this customer and another data point from another customer… and jump to Z.
The individual Siemens businesses must be able to keep up with the specialists in the industry and be at least as good as their strongest competitors.
If intelligent robots are our competitors and, to some extent, cerebrally alike – enough for us to discuss their ethical standing – why would they be above the law? Should they not contribute to our societies, too? And why would they be exempt from taxes?
I love reality TV shows like ‘Big Brother’ where it’s smart game to vote off the strong competitors, especially early on to give the other people a fighting chance. From a game stance, it’s totally acceptable.
My hard work and excellent training entitled me to be a better actress than some of my competitors.
I competed in a test round of ‘Kitchen Casino.’ I feel like it’s good to know what the competitors are going through.
I’ve seen articles suggesting that Wal-Mart buys at prices lower than our competitors’, and that this gives Wal-Mart an unfair advantage. I don’t believe it… What we hear is concern that in some circumstances, Wal-Mart may actually be paying more than our competitors.
Any corporate policy and plan which is typical of the industry is doomed to mediocrity. Where this is not so, it should be possible to demonstrate that all other competitors are at a distinct disadvantage.
Before I ever endorse a candidate, I meet them, interview them, interview their colleagues and evaluate their competitors, study their positions and ideas, look at their campaign… then make a decision.
Shinsuke – he is by far one of the best competitors in the world. It is no surprise to me that he found his way to WWE.
I love how snowboarding is like no other sport out there – I mean, some of my best friends are my biggest competitors. And we just cheer each other on. It’s a very supportive sport.
In general, great companies prefer to grow ‘organically,’ as Wall Street likes to say. That is, from the inside out, by finding new markets or by taking market share from their competitors.
We have, unlike many of our competitors, continued to meet our various financial obligations.
Publishers can use realtime ad technology to build their brand on the realtime web. Realtime ad technology gets their hottest content in front of users seconds after it is published, ensuring that their content gets shared and becomes viral before their competitors.
Traditional consumer banking will come under extreme pressure as its central deposit-taking and lending functions are challenged by online savings vehicles, crowdfunding, and loan syndicating by such nontraditional competitors as insurance companies, pension and hedge funds.