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Corporations Quotes

Give tax breaks to large corporations, so that money can trickle down to the general public, in the form of extra jobs.
Andrew Mellon
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Corporations tend to get involved when things are smooth and money is flowing. Fewer stick with it in tough times,
Craig Johnson
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Still, [Japan] will keep its low interest rate environment. And more and more money from individuals and (corporations) will flow into America and Europe -- mostly to North America.
Jun Ishii
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The bottom line is money, and corporations want as much as it can get. People aren't against making money. It's when the people want to get rich on our backs, there's trouble. We were willing to give, to get reasonable health care.
James Dunn
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But what is even more astonishing is that corporations can live in an environment with little pricing power and still earn very handsome profits.
Rosanne Cahn
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To me, film right now is dormant. It's a sleeping giant. It's the plaything of corporations. The people who determine what American film is today are no different from high rollers who go to Las Vegas. They just want to take all the money and put it on one big number and roll the dice on that number and if it craps out, next number. Next case.
William Friedkin
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Jello Biafra
Punk is not dead. Punk will only die when corporations can exploit and mass produce it.
Jello Biafra
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Corporations in the United States continue to generate good profits. Stock prices are below where they might be based upon the fundamentals for 2005.
Abby Cohen
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The WTO has bluntly ruled that European safeguards should be sacrificed to benefit biotech corporations.
Adrian Bebb
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Dave Barry
Meetings are an addictive, highly self-indulgent activity that corporations and other large organizations habitually engage in only because they cannot masturbate
Dave Barry
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To expose a 4.2 trillion dollar ripoff of the American people by the stockholders of the 1000 largest corporations over the last one-hundred years will be a tall order of business.
Richard Fuller
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The WTO has bluntly ruled that European safeguards (bans) should be sacrificed to benefit biotech corporations. This will backfire and lead to even greater opposition to genetically modified food and crops. Consumers worldwide will not be bullied into eating GM foods.
Adrian Bebb
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There will definitely be some restraint, and even cuts in terms of government's involvement and subsidy of corporations.
Mitch Daniels
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She will not support any plan that shifts the tax burden from wealthy corporations to Michigan's hard-working men and women.
Liz Boyd
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It shows corporations are ready to raise prices. I see a short-term upside for the market that will last, maybe, into tomorrow.
Peter Green
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This is the report that the WTO didn't want the public to see. It reveals that the big corporations that stand behind the WTO failed to get the big win they were hoping for. Free trade proponents needed a clear victory in this dispute to be able to push governments in the EU and the developing world to accept genetically modified food. They failed and now is the time to build a consensus that the WTO, with its business-only agenda, is the wrong place to decide on what people eat and how we protect our environment.
Adrian Bebb
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The big oil corporations say they can drill there without harming the land or the wildlife. Well, that's like our tribe telling Americans to trust us with an experiment that may end up taking away all their cars. We didn't ask for this fight. This is about our survival as a people.
Joe Linklater
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We believe that most of the services provided by Crown corporations could easily be delivered by a competitive free market system. And we believe it's time for Manitoba to have the debate: Do we still want government-run auto insurance or do Manitobans want an option with a free market system.
Adrienne Batra
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Daniel Moynihan
The great corporations of this country were not founded by ordinary people. They were founded by people with extraordinary intelligence, ambition, and aggressiveness.
Daniel Moynihan
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We have not developed good policies for allowing corporations to extract the information that they need without invading the privacy of the individual.
Fred Schneider
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American corporations are being riddled by (computer) attacks ? they are being defended very badly.
Alan Paller
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My plan is to have friends and corporations and other banks around the country send me $100,000 deposits. If I can convince 200 people and corporations to do this, that's $20 million to replace funds that moved out of the community.
Alden McDonald
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This is a state model with the participation of state corporations, which although they are public in name and status, are managed above all for their own personal interests.
Andrei Illarionov
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These quasi-state corporations are in fact driven by private interests while taking advantage of their state status and privileges. The state has come to serve the interests of several corporations instead of the majority of citizens.
Andrei Illarionov
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If enacted this year, campaign finance reform would reduce the power of corporations and wealthy individuals in our politics, ... Unfortunately, the special interests and their Republican allies in Congress are fighting to keep these bills from passing.
Richard Gephardt
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Many corporations are starting to embed financial education for their employees.
Dara Duguay
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Traditional signature-based security products can't stop zero-day attacks. Our research shows that while 99% of corporations have deployed anti-virus software, nearly two-thirds (64%) nonetheless suffered virus or worm outbreaks that disrupted at least one business unit. Behavioral security solutions are an increasingly important part of a balanced security program.
Andrew Jaquith
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Universities and corporations lose hours of valuable information each day because it is too big a hassle and too expensive to capture that knowledge as it is exchanged. These large organizations are now realizing how the secure sharing of online presentations can help boost expertise, reduce travel and other costs, and recapture lost productivity. With EX Server software, that information is just a click away. Our enterprise customers tell us they are realizing a competitive advantage as they capture, process and access their most important asset -- organizational knowledge. EX Server software further improves their communication across division, campus or geographical boundaries for these distributed, sometimes global, organizations.
Rimas Buinevicius
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Computer loss and theft represents a huge security risk to both individuals and corporations. A single $1,000 laptop may hold credit card numbers, private client information and years of accumulated knowledge that could cost an organization millions of dollars in business and lawsuits.
John Livingston
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Computer loss and theft represents a huge security risk to both individuals and corporations. It's absolutely imperative to safeguard computing assets because of the direct financial implications as well as the liability of exposure and malicious use of the data that the computer holds. A single $1,000 laptop may hold credit card numbers, private client information and years of accumulated knowledge that could cost an organization millions of dollars in business and lawsuits. A few simple steps can mitigate risk and prevent a devastating loss.
John Livingston
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