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I didn't feel like starting out on a weekly basis as a sales clerk.
Lynn Seaberg
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The year 2000 is off to a good start, building on the strong momentum in sales, market share and consumer takeaway we experienced in 1999,
Michael Gallagher
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The year 2000 is off to a good start, building on the strong momentum in sales, market share and consumer takeaway we experienced in 1999.
Michael Gallagher
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We want to increase sales further this year. We have made a good start with January's results.
Michael Ganal
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The tools are in place to regulate sales of these game, including a well-known rating system. The problem is that parents, who are often the ones buying these games, are not paying attention to the rating system, and retailers are ignoring the restrictions. There have to be ramifications for those retailers.
Michael Goodman
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What really drives the sales of these things is a breakaway game,
Michael Goodman
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We are seeing decent physical demand on pullbacks. Lower central banks sales are also boosting prices.
Michael Guido
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We're disappointed that the Check Point thing fell apart. They had worldwide sales and distribution in place. They also had a name brand and established customers.
Michele Perry
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In the trade we've been calling it the 'Sideways' effect because of the movie. And it's true - merlot sales are down 8 percent.
Mickey Werner
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Early next week you've got a trade deficit number and retail sales, and those reports could be volatile.
David Briggs
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I think ultimately they'll have to move into the direct sales model. The early movers who had the lead generation model will have to move to that.
Michael May
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Today, the catalyst in technology was the report that PC sales in the second quarter slowed. The PC sector feeds into the semiconductor sector, which feeds into other parts of technology.
Barry Hyman
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Retail sales numbers were stronger than expected, and that shows that consumer are still spending, and I think that is weighing on the market today and it should. But it's not weighing on the Nasdaq, where you're seeing those really good earnings reports. People really regard tech as the place to make money.
Barry Hyman
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The retail sales numbers we saw should have presumed a rally but we had some selling in Hewlett-Packard and NBC Internet. During the day, people started to realize that retail sales were good news.
Barry Hyman
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The fleet sales that inflated the January results will probably diminish for GM, Ford and Chrysler. There's three reasons why their market-share has declined: product, product and product.
David Healy
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Hertz has become less and less important as an outlet for Ford cars as Ford has pared back sales to Hertz and other daily rental companies. It's really a non-core business right now.
David Healy
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Hertz has become less and less important as an outlet for Ford cars as Ford has pared back sales to Hertz and other daily rental companies. It's really a noncore business right now.
David Healy
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Sales weakened as the month went along. I think we’re heading for a September/October slump as the huge effects of the employee-discount sales wear off, and you get into the payback period.
David Healy
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but it ain't going to affect car sales soon.
David Healy
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We're off to a booming start and everybody's going to be raising their sales forecasts for the year.
David Healy
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I think the overhang of this war is affecting car sales, but it's hard to prove and hard to quantify. It won't necessarily be $500 (more) a car, but it could be $200 to $300.
David Healy
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Despite concerns that the current sales weakness represents a new recession in vehicle sales, we believe that the explanation continues to be payback for last summer's excesses,
David Healy
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There are several factors weighing on the dollar, among them the weak retail sales data and the feeling that Alan Greenspan was backtracking from his recent optimism on the U.S. economy. Greenspan's mention of the U.S. current account deficit has focused market attention on the problems associated with a strong dollar policy, particularly given the recent imposition of tariffs on U.S. steel imports.
Nick Parsons
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During this time of the year, our shamrock-shaped Smiley cookies are extremely popular. Additionally, we anticipate online sales of shamrock cookies to be strong. Our online Smiley cookie sales have really exploded in the last two months. We've shipped Smiley cookies to all 50 states. It's a great way to make someone's day.
Kevin O'Connell
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Anyone can drive sales by putting things on sale.
Kevin Silverman
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Retailers told me that on a dollar base, they expect 70 percent of their sales to come from PlayStation. The remaining 30 percent will come from Nintendo and Xbox but almost all of that will be from Nintendo.
Ken Kutaragi
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Demand for our desktop and server products from enterprise customers was particularly strong this quarter with significant sales and customer momentum from our recently launched server products.
Kevin Turner
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Demand has strengthened since July because of tax cuts and incredibly low unemployment. Sales at our stores were about 5 percent higher than the same time a year earlier.
Ken Lee
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Ticket sales will not cover these costs. That is why we do fund-raising.
Kevin Wendel
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Auto sales at these monstrous levels, these gargantuan levels, cannot be sustained. They will come back to normal levels.
Ken Mayland
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