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Courage is almost a contradiction in terms. It means a strong desire to live taking the form of readiness to die.
“In an increasingly integrated global market place we cannot afford to do anything other than be very aggressive in terms of market opening.”
“He or she must be successful in economic terms, but always within an ethical framework. Whether his or her constituency is a corporation and its shareholders or the customers in a small and privately held business, his or her first responsibility is to serve that constituency.”
“We don't have a problem with loans, but the terms of such loans, ... If they're on commercial terms all is well and good. But the company must accept losses on commercial terms.”
“It's a sensitivity issue -- it's sort of in the eye of the beholder in terms of how closely someone might associate this movie with the real-life events in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. They'll put it out there, people will be able to decide whether it's something they want to see, it'll have its run and that'll be that.”
“If AT&T; has a horrible quarter in terms of cash flow then their institutional investors might pressure them to accept the Comcast deal.”
“I've been telling my colleagues sooner or later we would face a catastrophe unfathomable in financial terms and the insurance companies would not be able to bear it,”
“I will say I remember the best thing in terms of publicity was being on the cover of Newsweek.”
I wanted to grow in terms of making pictures, not adapting to new software and technology. But that's the game now.