„There are different phases of companies. When you’re in the tens of people, the idea itself either attracts people or it doesn’t. People are there because they think the problem you’re trying to solve is just that important.“

— Marissa Mayer, The New York Times: "Marissa Mayer Is Still Here" https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/18/business/marissa-mayer-corner-office.html (18 April 2018)

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