Addressing Related Quotes

“Sadly, the President's budget proposal for the upcoming year once again puts cutting taxes for the wealthiest Americans over addressing our country's severe fiscal problems.”

Carl Levin

“We are addressing it and we are seeing a decline.”

Frank Gribbon

“Enterprise IT organizations are increasingly adopting a process-centric approach to addressing the business critical issues they are charged with solving. At the same time, the proliferation of services associated with the paradigm shift to SOA demands solutions that address this process-centric approach.”

Daryl Plummer

“She supported it as a first step toward addressing the illegal immigration problem and better enforcing our laws.”

Kevin Callahan

“IBM Lotus Notes and Domino represent a significant part of the corporate email landscape. With today's announcement, Nokia is addressing that market, providing companies and channel partners with a cost-effective, secure and scalable choice for mobile email and beyond.”

Dave Grannan

“While it is still early in the quarter, May was softer than expected and we are now addressing what is clearly becoming a global slowdown, ... We are taking additional steps to generate revenues and reduce costs while continuing to implement our long-term growth strategy.”

Carly Fiorina

“Tom is not meeting with any one specific person tomorrow. He looks forward to addressing members of the clergy about his record of government reform, political independence and his plans to fix Albany.”

Kimberly Devlin

“They understand that there's some shortcomings. It says they're addressing them.”

Erich Merkle

“'O Tiger-lily,' said Alice, addressing herself to one that was waving gracefully about in the wind, 'I wish you could talk!' 'We can talk,' said the Tiger-lily: 'when there's anybody worth talking to”

Lewis Carroll

“Instead of addressing the real problem, which is enforcement, the City Council has chosen to enact an overly broad bill that criminalizes a cultural activity. We live in a city that is the cultural capital of the world, yet it is a crime for a young adult to carry a magic marker. What's next -- watercolors or crayons?”

Donna Lieberman