24 Total Quotes

Mark Murray Quotes

Wouldn't it be great if we could lower the sales tax and give a break to those who are putting together their families?
Mark Murray
#Sales

We're disappointed that the state controller, who initially voiced support for the moratorium, has reversed course and is now supporting funding for the dairy projects,
Mark Murray
#Support

The remainder of that tape was word games.
Mark Murray
#Games

One of the central allegations in the government's case is that Microsoft was trying to prevent Netscape from developing a browser for Windows and the facts simply don't support that.
Mark Murray
#Trying

We still have an open mind. We'll negotiate further if the government is willing to drop some of these unreasonable demands.
Mark Murray
#Government

We need schools; we need roads; we need public safety. For the long term, you want to have a tax base that keeps up with the economy.
Mark Murray
#Safety

They're sort of pulling a memo here and a memo there. The most powerful argument is that, at a minimum, they (Justice Department officials) have known for two years and four months that Internet Explorer is a part of Windows 95.
Mark Murray
#Argument

We think the real issue is whether the government is going to dictate what features can go into software products or whether consumers in the marketplace are going to decide.
Mark Murray
#Government

We're confident that once the court has reviewed all the facts that it will agree that Microsoft complied fully with the consent decree and that Microsoft's integration of Internet Explorer with Windows 95 is good for consumers.
Mark Murray
#Facts

We're confident that once they have reviewed all the facts, they'll agree that Microsoft is completely within the law, that there is healthy competition throughout the software industry and that consumers are the big winners from that competition.
Mark Murray
#Facts

working very closely with the Justice Department to answer questions and provide the information they need.
Mark Murray
#Information

derail hundreds of millions of dollars of business. Not by Microsoft, but companies unrelated to Microsoft.
Mark Murray
#Business

We thought it was a very constructive meeting, ... It was an opportunity for ( Gates ) to talk to the Justice Department about innovation in the software industry.
Mark Murray
#Justice

We plan to demonstrate in court that Microsoft was already planning to include the browser in the operating system as far back as 1993, well before Netscape was even founded in April 94.
Mark Murray
#Planning

In bringing the suit, we believe the government has made a choice that's not in the best interest of consumers. We believe consumers would be better served if Microsoft could get back to technology and better serving consumers.
Mark Murray
#Choice

The government is alleging the only reason Microsoft is gaining consumer popularity is we must be doing something wrong. I think the facts speak for themselves.
Mark Murray
#Government

The facts show that there was a broad negotiation between Microsoft and Apple. The facts show that Apple had put a $1.2 billion patent threat on the table against Microsoft. . . . If anyone was wielding a club in these negotiations, it was Apple, not Microsoft.
Mark Murray
#Facts

This is not a licensing option that is near reality. It is simply an idea that is thrown out there to look into.
Mark Murray
#Reality

The government does a good job of just pulling out one sentence that they believe looks bad in an e-mail, and in almost every case when you look at the entire e-mail in context, it sets the issue straight.
Mark Murray
#Government

We have a pledge with the government and 19 states that none of us is going to talk about any aspect of any settlement efforts and we're not going to violate that pledge even if others do. We are committed to working with the government in good faith to explore whether it's possible to resolve this case so everyone can move forward.
Mark Murray
#Government

I can't speculate on what the government is thinking.
Mark Murray
#Government

Despite our views to the contrary, in the current U.S. health-care system, we make decisions like this every day.
Mark Murray
#Health

We don't believe that the government has any legal basis if they try to block the shipment of Windows 98. There would be no benefit to denying consumers access to this latest technology.
Mark Murray
#Government

We believe that the facts and the law are on our side regardless of which court reviews this case. But given the numerous factual and procedural and legal errors we will be citing in our appeal, this is clearly a case that would benefit from the full appeals process.
Mark Murray
#Facts