Cost Related Quotes



“The cost of aluminum went way up. Once this supply is gone, that's it.”

Roger Henderson


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“RBS had very strong results and announced a big new buyback, while Lloyds TSB came out with a cost cutting program - HBOS is just in line after those performances, and its stock price has had a very strong run in the last several months.”

James Leal


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Consumers used to think they had to compromise with solar. It was, 'Okay, I'm doing the right thing for the environment; it's cool to see the panels. I have to compromise on the cost and convenience side.' And now they no longer have to. On the cost side, it's cheaper, and on the convenience side, we set it all up.

Lynn Jurich


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“We would like to begin to whittle away at lead time. Long lead times just add cost to the entire supply chain. Short lead times reduce cost. It's real simple.”

Charles Anderson


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“How much they cost has been an issue all along. These things are not cheap.”

Roger Kay


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“As the quality of China's frozen strawberries improves and its cost structure remains low, both U.S. and foreign companies will import greater amounts of Chinese product. U.S. frozen processors will have two choices to remain competitive: focus on supplying high-end users who need high-quality product, or begin to source frozen strawberries from China for sale to existing customers.”

Chris Noble


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“We are looking for alternatives to Clayton subsidizing the cost, but we need to understand that we are subsidizing costs when highways are built and when buses come to our county or anywhere else in the state,”

Eldrin Bell


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“It will cost let's say $200 dollars, same drug, same manufacturer... in Canada will now be $125.”

Warren Rolen


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“There is a cost associated with DRM, and that is lost sales of content.”

Dave Goldberg


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“Truck-based models cost less for U.S. car markers to produce because they already have all the parts developed for their truck business. These truck-based SUVs have been the most profitable segment for Detroit in recent years, so developing new car-based models will eat into margins.”

David Healy


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