Quotes: business

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  • Beth Broderick
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    Examining other people's motivations, other people's language and other people's way of interacting is much more fascinating to me than spending a lot of time worrying about my own. I've said, 'What other people think of me is none of my business.'
  • Jean Baudrillard
    Jean Baudrillard
    French sociologist, philosopher and cultural theorist 1929-2007
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    Executives are like joggers. If you stop a jogger, he goes on running on the spot. If you drag an executive away from his business, he goes on running on the spot, pawing the ground, talking business. He never stops hurtling onwards, making decisions and executing them.
  • Facts are the most important thing in business. Study facts and do more than is expected of you.
  • Malcolm S. Forbes
    Malcolm S. Forbes
    American entrepreneur 1919-1990
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    Few businessmen are capable of being in politics, they don't understand the democratic process, they have neither the tolerance or the depth it takes. Democracy isn't a business.
  • Arthur Levitt
    Arthur Levitt
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    Firms need to ensure that their ability to provide effective customer service keeps pace with their growth. If you're marketing your firm to new customers, you better be able to provide them service when they do business with you.
  • Bill Condon
    Bill Condon
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    First of all, just knowing people who grew up in the movie business at that time, no one had Mexican maids.
  • Howard Nemerov
    Howard Nemerov
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    For a Jewish Puritan of the middle class, the novel is serious, the novel is work, the novel is conscientious application - why, the novel is practically the retail business all over again.
  • Bill Keller
    Bill Keller
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    For all of the woes besetting our business, I believe with all my heart that newspapers - whether they are distributed to your doorstep, your laptop, your iPhone or a chip implanted in your cerebral cortex - will be around for a long time.
  • Cass Sunstein
    Cass Sunstein
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    For business, government, and education, the lesson is clear: People ought to be relying far more on objective information and far less on interviews. They might even want to think about scaling back or cancelling interviews altogether. They'll save a lot of time - and make better decisions.
  • Bob Barr
    Bob Barr
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    For far too long the American public and business sector have kept their silence as civil liberties have been whittled away by statutory and regulatory measures.
  • Carmen Busquets
    Carmen Busquets
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    For me, the winning strategy in any start-up business is, 'Think big but start small.'
  • Austan Goolsbee
    Austan Goolsbee
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    For policy makers interested in using tax policy to stimulate investments or especially to smooth business cycle fluctuations, the results are not promising.
  • Bob Beauprez
    Bob Beauprez
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    For too long, our country's version of an energy policy has consisted of Americans waking up every day and wondering how much it will cost to drive to work, how much it will cost to keep their business running, how much it will cost to heat or cool their homes.
  • Christian Nevell Bovee
    Christian Nevell Bovee
    American writer 1820-1904
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    Formerly when great fortunes were only made in war, war was business; but now when great fortunes are only made by business: Business is war!
  • Carol Loomis
    Carol Loomis
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    From the minute I got to 'Fortune,' I loved my job. I knew myself to be a virtual dunce about business, and I was wide-eyed about how much I was learning.