Exceeded Related Quotes



“There is nothing in Ohio law that authorizes school personnel to remove the clothing of children. Strip searches far exceeded the authority or even need in this case.”

Christine Link


“That's the highest you can receive. It means we not only met but exceeded all the requirements.”

Mary Martin


“Our defense businesses are hitting on all cylinders, having consistently met or exceeded targets for revenue, cash and margin.”

Daniel P. Burnham


“Sales at the 2006 Miami show exceeded our company's all-time performance by 40 percent. We attribute these results to the hard work and training of our international and domestic sales teams, and we expect the orders taken at the Miami show to help our company achieve its third and fourth quarter sales and profit objectives.”

David Knight


“I sign the checks, so I know. We have exceeded our contract requirements 15-fold in Mississippi.”

Randy Perkins


“Fourth quarter results from continuing operations met or exceeded our long-term targets for earnings, revenues and, on a pro forma basis, return on equity. Higher spending by affluent consumers, small businesses and corporate Card members more than offset the impact of an industry-wide spike in bankruptcy filings before new legislation went into effect last October.”

Kenneth Chenault


“We had a very good quarter. Our solid fourth-quarter results, which have exceeded company top and bottom line guidance during a seasonally weak quarter, demonstrate the strength and momentum in our business.”

Charles Zhang


“I think this is the fifth sequential quarter where we have either met or exceeded analysts' top-line and bottom-line estimates, and we are proud of our results.”

Greg Reyes


“Motion picture history was made this weekend. The first four days of 'Reloaded' exceeded the previous best four consecutive days ever on a motion picture, which happened to be 'Spider-Man' (with) $125.8 million.”

Dan Fellman


“Our digital phone service exceeded expectations by 33 percent, and it's continuing to grow.”

Dan Ballister