Companies Related Quotes



“Most of the largest Continental European companies now have thirty percent or more non-domestic shareholders. This gives them a very different structure in terms of accountability than most boards are used to.”

Peter Butler


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“When I go out and talk to the semiconductor companies, the majority, especially the ones supplying components into cell phones like flash, tell me supply is still tight, pricing is still firm and lead times are not contracting, they're getting longer.”

Chris Danely


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“The industry has gone through such a contraction that getting it to expand again is proving difficult. These companies are not equal to the sum of their parts.”

Paul Horsnell


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“The claims that cosmetics companies place on their products is practically unrestricted. Some claim they're dermatologist-tested, but that doesn't mean the product has passed the test with a viable number of people. There's simply no guarantee.”

Carol Aguirre


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“What you see are companies on the rise.”

Wayne Lee


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“I don't know what the slippery slope would be. We have allowed for legal gaming companies, including casinos, including state lotteries, to participate as team and track sponsors for a number of years now, and it's worked for us. I believe we're the only major professional sport that has an event in Las Vegas, but we also have an event at other tracks that offer legal gaming as well, including Dover. And it's worked for our sport.”

Ramsey Poston


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“We've gotten to the point now where these companies are well positioned in the generation side to make money, but you're going to have to follow the industry closely to know which ones and when to get out of them. It may sound self-serving, but I really believe that investors should probably not buy individual utility stocks and let a professional money manager do it for them.”

David Kiefer


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“Momentum is on the mining companies' side, at least for the short term, as current commodities prices feed through to earnings.”

Atul Lele


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“Health care costs are spiraling out of control. They're pushing many companies toward bankruptcy. We all have a responsibility to cure the health care industry; to take control of these wildly escalating costs.”

Chris Holt


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“It's the missing ingredient for telephone companies.”

Rick Thompson


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