2016年7月30日 星期六

top-heavy, Do outside (or out of) the box


America's corporate world has grown top-heavy thanks to the dominance of large firms. This stagnation in competition isn't hurting profits, but workers' wages instead

Workers benefit when firms must compete aggressively for them
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The genre represents only about 1.2% of recorded and streamed albums sold—compared with the 26.8% for rock and 22.6% for hip-hop, rhythm and blues combined

Playing outside the box
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top-heavy 

Pronunciation: /tɒpˈhɛvi/ 

ADJECTIVE

1Disproportionately heavy at the top so as to be in danger of toppling:double-decker carriages proved to be unsafe and top-heavy
2(Of an organization) having a disproportionately large number of senior administrativestaff:a top-heavy bureaucracy


think outside (or out of) the box



informal Think in an original or creative way.

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