Webster’s defines the word oxymoron as follows: “a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction.”
Close enough. I love working on in-house positions with startups, especially first general counsel hires. And recent work has emphasized a request we often hear from clients in fast growth mode: “Get us candidates who are entrepreneurial.”
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