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4 secrets of 'Superbosses'

What do Lorne Michaels, Ralph Lauren, Alice Waters, George Lucas, and Miles Davis have in common? They are business leaders and creative icons with tremendous track records who all share something that differentiates them from their peers and competitors: They helped develop the best talent in their industries, who in turn helped them become the legendary successes they are today.
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