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“It would make sense to entertain those discussions.”
“…we were unable to find a realistic scenario that would get Target Canada to profitability…”
“You’re gonna see, ‘Oh wow, these guys did a great job, oh hey, all these guys have autism.’”
“We are working quickly to resolve the situation.”
“Defacto ban on free activity.”
“Despite the notoriously low ratings that Sharpton’s show generates, Comcast has allowed Sharpton to maintain his hosting position for more than three years…”
“Strike with pay.”
“Limits. We have all got them.”
“I have no idea why a TWC employee would do this and risk losing their job.”
Is there a fundamental conflict between economic growth and environmental protection, as many environmentalists believe? Absolutely not.
“… raises myriad technological, policy and constitutional concerns.”
“Government is ill-placed to lead in the battle of ideas.”
Competitor’s Veto laws have no place in our free society, where economic success should depend on hard work and merit, not political favoritism.
“Our first step has been to remove artificial flavors and colors without affecting taste or increasing the price.”
“Those rules wouldn’t allow Prime Air to operate in the United States.”
“According to 2011 data, a top 10 percent house makes around $150,000 per year in gross annual income…”
“How did this happen, my God.”
“We have a 130 cameras and we see what’s going on.”
“I was embarrassed and I felt manipulated.”
I was once told to that the individual investor does the wrong thing at the wrong time. I don’t necessarily follow contrary investing but I always check investor sentiment before making a deal.
“…five years of bailout barbarity…”
“But when I hear large corporations that make billions of dollars in profits trying to blame our interest in providing health insurance…”
“The end of OPEC.”
“We found ourselves overcome with emotion. Probably much like Lord Carrington and Howard Carter, on being the first person for centuries to enter Tutankhamun’s tomb.”
“I thought I was protecting the company.”
“Why are they doing this to me? I pay my bills. I do not deserve this.”
“These attackers gained unauthorized access to Anthem’s IT system…”
“[T]he apps were already downloaded by millions of users.”
“The app perfectly lines up with the concept of smart watches.”
Could it be the future of transportation.
Here’s a look the big game’s ad highlights.
“I couldn’t grow up because…”
An expensive “apology”
“Eight years ago, there were no models with driver death rates of zero. Now there are nine.”
“We have zero tolerance for this type of disrespectful behavior…”
“What an amazing commercial.”
“I don’t know how UPS trains their employees to go to the bathroom, but probably not…”
“At Ford, if you speak about your faith as it relates to the company, even to the company, you may be terminated.”
They probably didn’t anticipate this reaction.
Pumping money into the system does not necessarily pump it into the right places.
“Governments for most transactions will want attributions.”
“Just as a Christian baker should not be required to create a cake for a same-sex ceremony, this baker should not be required to create a cake with a message that goes against her conscience.”
“State television does not report facts, it conceals them.”
“They wanna give me money…?”
“cultural and factual ignorance”
“I don’t even know what that means.”
“Company policy prohibits employees from utilizing firearms in the performance of their duties…”
”Letting you instantly translate text using your camera…”
“We are the only developed country in the world that doesn’t have paid leave.”
“We can target each different fingertip individually…”
You had a great 2014. Your portfolio went up an astounding 17 percent, and now you’re racking your brain deciding whether to thank your wealth adviser with a bottle of Yamazaki or Pappy VanWinkle.
“…the top two principles are to know when to hold ‘em and know when to fold ‘em…”
“Amazon would have been able to determine the optimum low price that it could use during the peak shopping period.”
“We believe pigs that are cared for in this way enjoy happier, healthier lives and produce the best pork we’ve ever tasted.”
Ireland understands that creating a tax system which encourages growth innovation and investment is the way to economic prosperity – not stifling and outdated tax codes.
“…sluggish and uneven recovery…”
“We as the consumers are winning in the end.”
“The more credit intensive companies are already in maintenance mode…”
…and Fargo, North Dakota.
See what companies are paying…and what the drugs treat.
“It’s the ‘Ebola store.’ ”
Check them out.
“These flight attendants refused to let an airline bully them into flying.”
“The beauty of this program is that control is in the hands of the customer.”
Is it really possible that with so many customers across such a large market that sometimes, maybe, just maybe, believe it or not, they actually do something right?
Are we destined to be techno-serfs serving a ruling elite of information oligopolies?