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We call ourselves a “capacity building” organization; self-motivated and self-initiated capacity building. For example, in 30 years, I don’t think I have signed a check for the company.
Talal Abu-Ghazaleh - Employee - Motivational - Management - Companies - Leadership

If you look at the top 20 companies of the world, 19 of them are still brick-and-mortar companies. I have nothing against tech companies. What I am saying is that if you have a car manufacturer or an oil and gas manufacturer, you won’t get the supply over the Net.
Anil Ambani - Companies - Internet - Tech


In the end, the customer doesn't know, or care, if you are small or large as an organisation.. she or he only focuses on the garment hanging on the rail in the store.
Giorgio Armani - Companies - Fashion - Customers - Clothes - Products

It is a fact that, in the West, we live in a capitalist society, but that does not mean that we cannot be guided by the idea of a social conscience in our work. Yes, fashion design requires consumers to consume, but we can do our bit for society by running our companies in a socially responsible way, and by creating products that promote respect for social and environmental issues. There is also the possibility for power and influence to be a force for change.
Giorgio Armani - Design - Fashion - Environment - Influence - Consumer - Capitalism - Society - Companies - Responsibility - Products - Change - Respect

People are definitely a company’s greatest asset. It doesn't make any difference whether the product is cars or cosmetics. A company is only as good as the people it keeps.
Mary Kay Ash - Companies - Assets - Management

A brand for a company is like a reputation for a person. You earn reputation by trying to do hard things well.
Jeff Bezos - Branding - Companies

The change we need is fixing this broken economy from the bottom up.. not tax breaks for the wealthy and huge corporations that ship U.S. jobs overseas. We need to focus on defeating al Qaeda and the Taliban and restoring America's standing in the world.. not an unending commitment in Iraq.
Joe Biden - War - Iraq - Change - Economy - Taxes - Wealth - Companies - America - Jobs - World - Commitment

Eliminating the tax breaks is not going to keep jobs here in America. We've got to make it more attractive to have jobs here in America and for corporations to be here. You've got to take the burden off the corporations with a health care system that's universal, so we're not at a competitive disadvantage. You've got to have a better education system to provide for the highest-tech jobs that we educate our folks for, so we're not importing 400,000 computer engineers to work in Silicon Valley. And you've got to deal with the innovation and infrastructure needs in this country.. tunnels, bridges, etc... which we haven't done to make us more competitive.
Joe Biden - Economy - Taxes - America - Jobs - Companies - Health - Education - Silicon Valley - Innovation

Some say Google is God. Others say Google is Satan. But if they think Google is too powerful, remember that with search engines unlike other companies, all it takes is a single click to go to another search engine.
Sergey Brin - Technology - Internet - Companies

Intrinsic value can be defined simply: It is the discounted value of the cash that can be taken out of a business during its remaining life. The calculation of intrinsic value, though, is not so simple. As our definition suggests, intrinsic value is an estimate rather than a precise figure, and it is additionally an estimate that must be changed if interest rates move or forecasts of future cash flows are revised.
Warren Buffett - Value - Companies - Interest Rates - Cash Flow - Forecast

Why not invest your assets in the companies you really like? As Mae West said, "Too much of a good thing can be wonderful".
Warren Buffett - Investing - Assets - Companies

At Revolution Health Group we will put consumers back at the center of the system by giving them more choice, control and convenience.. while building the first comprehensive, consumer-driven health care company.
Steve Case - Customers - Companies

Today, many companies are reporting that their number one constraint on growth is the inability to hire workers with the necessary skills.
Bill Clinton - Knowledge - Companies - Skill

If we only have great companies, we will merely have a prosperous society, not a great one. Economic growth and power are the means, not the definition, of a great nation.
Jim Collins - Great -
Society - Companies - Economy - Power

A visionary company doesn't simply balance between idealism and profitability: it seeks to be highly idealistic and highly profitable. A visionary company doesn't simply balance between preserving a tightly held core ideology and stimulating vigorous change and movement; it does both to an extreme.
Jim Collins - Companies - Idealism
- Vision - Profitable - Change

If the firms that employ an increasing majority of the population are driven solely to satisfy the owner's greed at the expense of working conditions, of the stability of the community, and of the health of the environment, chances are that the quality of our lives will be worse than it is now.
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi - Environment
- Business Ethics - Greed - Profits - Companies - Jobs

In large organizations the dilution of information as it passes up and down the hierarchy, and horizontally across departments, can undermine the effort to focus on common goals.
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi - Companies
- Management - Focus - Goals

There are a lot of things that go into creating success. I don't like to do just the things I like to do. I like to do things that cause the company to succeed. I don't spend a lot of time doing my favorite activities.
Michael Dell - Company - Success - Work - Action

A corporation's primary goal is to make money. Government's primary role is to take a big chunk of that money and give it to others.
Larry Ellison - Money -
Goals - Taxes - Companies

It is a simple fact of life on earth that there is going to be no successful mitigation of the climate change problem without a truly global effort. All developing companies or all major developing countries have to be part of that and accept substantial constraints on greenhouse gas emissions.
Ross Garnaut - Facts
- Climate Change - Problems - World - Life - Greenhouse - Emissions - Companies - Mitigation - Effort

It's not enough to make time for your children. There are certain stages in their lives when you have to give them the time when they want it. You can't run your family like a company. It doesn't work.
Andrew Grove - Family - Companies


I have been quoted saying that, in the future, all companies will be Internet companies. I still believe that. More than ever, really
Andrew Grove - Companies - Internet - Business


A corporation is a living organism; it has to continue to shed its skin. Methods have to change. Focus has to change. Values have to change. The sum total of those changes is transformation.
Andrew Grove - Change - Companies - Focus


Businesses are made by people. We've proven time and time again that you can have wonderful shop, and put a bloke in there who's no good, and he'll stuff it up. Put a good bloke in, and it just turns around like that.
Gerry Harvey - Companies - Management - Ambition

I've always said that the better off you are, the more responsibility you have for helping others. Just as I think it's important to run companies well, with a close eye to the bottom line, I think you have to use your entrepreneurial experience to make corporate philanthropy effective.
Carlos Slim Helu - Responsibility - Philanthropy
- Help - Entrepreneurial - Companies

It's not a question of arriving and putting in a whole new administration, but instead, arriving and "compacting" things as much as possible, reducing management layers. We want as few management layers as possible, so that executives are very close to the operations. We also don't believe in having big corporate infrastructures.
Carlos Slim Helu - Companies - Management
- Improving

The faster we grew, the more stores we had open, the more money we made. Employees move quickly up the ranks of a company that's growing fast. Shareholders made a lot of money. If you invested $25,000 from January 1987 to January 1994, you'd have more than a million dollars. I get a lot of personal satisfaction from that.
Wayne Huizenga - Growth - Employee - Money
- Stocks - Companies

We're looking for something where we can make something happen: an industry where the competition is asleep, hasn't taken advantage. It's going to be hard to find another Blockbuster, but that doesn't mean you can't have three good companies growing. The point is, we're going to be busy.
Wayne Huizenga - Growth - Companies - Competition


We have bloated bureaucracies in Corporate America. The root of the problem is the absence of real corporate democracy.
Carl Icahn - Politics - Management
- Companies - Problems

A great company in the media business needs visionary leaders, not a conglomerate structure headquartered in Columbus Circle that second guesses.
Carl Icahn - Companies - Leadership


With some exceptions, the wrong people are running U.S. companies. It's been that way for years, and it hasn't gotten much better.
Carl Icahn - Management - Companies
- Criticism

The most important thing I've learned since becoming CEO is context. It's how your company fits in with the world and how you respond to it.
Jeffrey Immelt - Important - Learning - CEO - Companies - World

People ought to invest in us because they like our company and the way they run it. We still do quarterly earnings guidance, but we tell people openly that they ought to look at the company for the long term and that's how they ought to invest.
Jeffrey Immelt - Companies - Future - Investing - Long Term Investing - Management - Earnings

I’m out talking about this company (General Electric) seven days a week, 24 hours a day, with nothing to hide. We’re a 130-year-old company that has a great record of high-quality leadership and a culture of integrity.
Jeffrey Immelt - CEO - Companies - Leadership
- Management - Integrity

The mission statement of my company, Kathy Ireland Worldwide, is to find solutions for families, especially busy moms. I'm reaching out to busy moms because that's what I am. That's what I know, and I know this woman has been underserved.
Kathy Ireland - Customers - Knowledge - Help - Companies - Family - Busy

We are a company that lives and breathes a philosophy that’s centered on not only making sound business decisions but also personally and professionally finding ways to contribute to the well being of society. We are also a company that understands community.
Magic Johnson - Community - Business
- Giving - Companies - Philosophy - Decisions - Society - Understanding

My job is to listen to ideas, maybe cook up a few of my own, and make decisions based on what's good for the shareholders and for the company.
Philip Knight - Jobs - Decisions - Business Ideas - Companies

As an engineer, I understood that the natural world operated according to fixed laws. Through my studies, I came to realize that there were, likewise, laws that govern human wellbeing. It seemed to me that these laws are fundamental not only to the wellbeing of societies, but also to the miniature societies of organizations. Indeed, that is what we found when we began to apply these principles systematically at Koch Industries. Through our observation of how they could create prosperity in an organization, I began to systematize my beliefs into Market-Based Management®.
Charles Koch - Laws - Society - Companies - Management - Leadership

Being captive to quarterly earnings isn’t consistent with long-term value creation. This pressure and the short term focus of equity markets make it difficult for a public company to invest for long-term success, and tend to force company leaders to sacrifice long-term results to protect current earnings.
Charles Koch - Successful - Companies - Leadership - Earnings - Long Term Investing - Stocks

In general, an asset should be sold when it has greater value to a buyer. This happens when a buyer has a complimentary business or capability that would enable them to do more with that business. Many businesses we have exited were not failures, but had simply reached a point in their life cycle where they no longer provided a core capability or served as a platform for growth.
Charles Koch - Business - Assets - Buying - Companies - Growth

To understand KKR, I always like to say, don't congratulate us when we buy a company. Any fool can buy a company. Congratulate us when we sell it and when we've done something with it and created real value.
Henry Kravis -
Companies - Buying - Selling - Improvement

In the large buy out space, which is where we (Kohlberg Kravis Roberts) focus our efforts, there are relatively few firms with the capital, experience, infrastructure and networks to compete effectively with the large complex companies that we seek to acquire.
Henry Kravis -
Companies - Buying - Assets - Experience - Competition

Our industry expertise (at KKR) enables the firm not only to make better investment choices but also to win the confidence of senior management and sellers, which has enabled us to purchase many companies on an exclusive basis.
Henry Kravis -
Companies - Buying - Selling - Experience - Decisions - Investing - Management - Confidence

We've got a portfolio of companies that range all the way from hotels to television stations and cable TV companies, oil and gas, consumer products, and industrial products. If there's anything that I want to know more about, I have the opportunity. It's right in our portfolio. I can spend time at the factory or with the manangement and learn as much as I want. You can't get bored doing that.
Henry Kravis -
Companies - Management - Opportunity - Learning - Bored

If you build that foundation, both the moral and the ethical foundation, as well as the business foundation, and the experience foundation, then the building won't crumble.
Henry Kravis - Companies - Business Ethics - Integrity - Experience


The trouble, in my opinion, with corporate America today, is that everything is thought of in quarters.
Henry Kravis - Companies - America - Stock Market


I always took my role as a leader, and certainly chairman and CEO of a major company very seriously as to our employees and trying to create opportunities for them and create opportunities where they could even, as I said many times, could realize their God-given potential and maybe realize more potential than even they realize they had.
Kenneth Lay - God - Companies
- Employee - Opportunity

In the model that we grew up with, governments rule physical territory in which national economies function, and strong economies support hegemonic military power. In the new model, already emerging under our noses, economic decisions don’t pay much attention to national sovereignty in a world where more than half of the one hundred or two hundred largest economic entities are not countries but companies.
Amory Lovins - Politics - Economy
- Government - Companies - Power

I think you have to learn that there's a company behind every stock, and that there's only one real reason why stocks go up. Companies go from doing poorly to doing well or small companies grow to large companies.
Peter Lynch - Companies - Stocks

I think the hardest thing about my job is the way Whole Foods Market views itself philosophically is that we are a business dedicated to meeting all the various stakeholders of the company's best interests. And by stakeholders we mean customers, team members, stockholders, community, and the environment. Sometimes what is in the best interest of one stakeholder may not be in the best interest of another stakeholder, and as the CEO, I have to balance the various interests of the different constituencies and stakeholders to create win, win, win scenarios, and that can sometimes be very difficult to do. Everybody wants something from the CEO.
John Mackey - Stocks - Customers
- Business Ethics - Management - Environmental - Challenges - Companies

Business social responsibility should not be coerced; it is a voluntary decision that the entrepreneurial leadership of every company must make on its own.
John Mackey - Business Ethics - Responsibility
- Leadership - Entrepreneurial - Companies

Whole Foods is dedicated to helping people be healthier and live lives with more vitality and greater sense of well being.
John Mackey - Life - Companies
- Help

In financing growing companies, we always looked for human value that didn’t appear on the balance sheet.. the quality of management, especially its entrepreneurial drive.
Michael Milken - Investing -
Companies - Employee - Management - Entrepreneurs

Small and mid-sized companies in this country historically have been responsible for creating the overwhelming majority of new jobs in the private sector. One of the most-common misconceptions about our private enterprise system is that large companies, such as the Fortune 500, are integral to the process of job creation in this country. The truth is quite the opposite.
Michael Milken - Companies -
America - Jobs - Truth

The future of our country is not found in our boardrooms, but in our classrooms.
Michael Milken - Companies -
America - Education

Most newspaper companies still have their heads in the sand, but other media companies are aggressive.
Rupert Murdoch - Change - Companies - Media
- Growth

Size and synergies between the different segments of the company matter. As far as we are concerned, the Internet is broadening our opportunity, as well as for other big media companies with huge resources in sports, entertainment and news. There's just more opportunity.
Rupert Murdoch - Media - Internet - Company - Opportunity


We're starting with our own carbon footprint. Not nothing. But much of what we're doing is already, or soon will be, little more than the standard way of doing business. We can do something that's unique, different from just any other company. We can set an example, and we can reach our audiences. Our audience's carbon footprint is 10,000 times bigger than ours. That's the carbon footprint we want to conquer.
Rupert Murdoch - Carbon - Responsibility - Business - Media - Influential - Encouragement - Companies

Becoming carbon neutral is only the beginning. The climate problem will not be solved by one company reducing its emissions to zero, and it won't be solved by one government acting alone. The climate problem will not be solved without mass participation by the general public in countries around the globe.
Rupert Murdoch - Climate Change - Responsibility - Carbon - Problems - Companies - Solutions - World

News Corporation, today, reaches people at home and at work... when they're thinking... when they're laughing... and when they are making choices that have enormous impact.
The unique potential.. and duty.. of a media company are to help its audiences connect to the issues that define our time.
Rupert Murdoch - Responsibility - Media - Influential - Encouragement - Companies - Thinking - Help

While we reduce our own carbon footprint we will encourage the companies who truck our DVDs and newspapers, sell us paper, and provide an enormous range of products and services.. to all contribute.
Rupert Murdoch - Global Warming - Carbon - Influential - Leadership - Companies - Encouragement


We're not a manufacturer, or an airline, but we do use energy. Printing and publishing newspapers, producing films, broadcasting television signals, operating 24-hour newsrooms. It all adds carbon to the atmosphere.
Rupert Murdoch - Climate Change - Responsibility - Carbon - Media - Companies - News


If the boss is a jerk, get over it. First of all, don’t you think there’s a good chance that your boss’s boss knows what’s going on? If so, just keep your head down and do the work. Usually, if you put in maximum effort and produce excellent results, someone in the company is going to take notice. Either you will get promoted or your jerky boss will get the heave-ho. It happens all the time.
Suze Orman - Jobs - Management - Hard Work
- Companies

We just have to go at 100 miles an hour in all our businesses, be they television broadcasting, be they magazine publishing, be they subscription television, be they online, be they gaming. We just have to go at one hundred miles an hour..
James Packer - Business Growth - Companies


I'm a great believer in new technology and I think new technology is very scary for newspaper companies.
James Packer - Change - Companies - Technology


You can say on one hand the market is crazy but it's not 1999. People have had their medicine from overexuberance. I find it really interesting that those two businesses, Yahoo! and Google, which are just online advertising businesses, are valued at more than the media behemoths in America.
James Packer - Advertising - Companies - Stock Market


We have always wanted Google to be a company that is deserving of great love. But we recognize this is an ambitious goal because most large companies are not well-loved, or even seemingly set up with that in mind. We’re lucky to have a very direct relationship with our users, which creates a strong incentive for us to do the right thing.
Larry Page - Google - Big Business - Companies - Love - Ambition

If you can run the company a bit more collaboratively, you get a better result, because you have more bandwidth and checking and balancing going on.
Larry Page - Companies - Partnership

You don't need to have a 100-person company to develop that idea.
Larry Page - Companies - Ideas

Spend a lot of time talking to customers face to face. You'd be amazed how many companies don't listen to their customers.
Ross Perot - Customers - Companies

Successful enterprises are usually led by a proven chief executive who is a competent benevolent dictator.
Richard Pratt - Companies - Leadership - Management

As you get bigger, you have to learn to delegate. It’s also an excellent way to get staff involved in the company’s operations.
Azim Premji - Companies - Learning - Priorities

The early years were more about learning than about acting. I had to carry on my father’s work, which was a big challenge.
Azim Premji - Companies - Learning - Challenges

I want Wipro to be among the top ten IT companies in the world.
Azim Premji - Companies - Technology - Ambition

Our company was mortgaged to the hilt, and that did restrain us, and it's why we had to take in partners.
Gina Rinehart - Companies - Partnership - Challenges


When buying shares, ask yourself, would you buy the whole company?
Rene Rivkin - Stocks - Investing - Companies

Technology is always evolving, and companies.. not just search companies.. can't be afraid to take advantage of change.
Eric Schmidt - Technology - Change - Improving - Companies

We don’t have a traditional strategy process, planning process like you’d find in traditional technical companies. It allows Google to innovate very, very quickly, which I think is a real strength of the company.
Eric Schmidt - Technology
- Companies - Planning - Innovation

Search companies, which I won't mention by name, tried to do so many things at the same time, they forgot all about search. They either missed the next revolution of search or they created an opening for a Google to enter.
Eric Schmidt - Companies - Internet - Focus


I grew up in a working class family where there was no health insurance. I saw first hand the fracturing of the American dream and the bitterness that comes when there is no hope and a lot of despair. So I wanted to build the company, in a sense, that my father never got a chance to work for.
Howard Schultz - Employee - Family - America - Inspirational - Poverty - Companies - Hope


Hiring people is an art, not a science, and resumes can't tell you whether someone will fit into a company's culture. When you realize you've made a mistake, you need to cut your losses and move on.
Howard Schultz - Employee - Management - Jobs - Decisions - Art - Companies - Culture - Mistakes

In the 1960s, if you introduced a new product to America, 90% of the people who viewed it for the first time believed in the corporate promise. Then 40 years later if you performed the same exercise less than 10% of the public believed it was true. The fracturing of trust is based on the fact that the consumer has been let down.
Howard Schultz - Lies - Truth - Trust - Customers - Companies - Products - America


Participant (Productions) is the only production company in town that has a double bottom line: social good plus financial returns. It's too early to tell how our returns are going to look - though all signs are promising - but social good is what we're really after.
Jeff Skoll - Media - Profits - Companies - Business Ethics - Social - Earnings

Globalization has gone wrong, as it has no rules. Multinationals are almost above the law. They are so huge they are bigger than governments.
Dick Smith - Capitalism - Business - Companies

If we are not careful, capitalism will self-destruct. We will destroy it as the companies have no conscience and do not really compete.
They are so big they can't go broke, so they simply acquire everything.
Dick Smith - Capitalism - Growth - Companies


This morning, prompted by increasing concerns about terrorism, oil prices reached a record high as the cost of a barrel of crude is a whopping $44.34. Wow, it seems shocking that a product of finite supply gets more expensive the more we use it. Now the terror alert means higher oil prices, which oddly enough means higher profits for oil companies giving them more money to give to politicians whose policies may favor the oil companies such as raising the terror alert level. As Simba once told us: "It's the circle of life."
Jon Stewart - Politicians
- Profits - Products - Companies

The fact of the matter is that today, stuff-selling mega-corporations have a huge influence on our daily lives. And because of the competitive nature of our global economy, these corporations are generally only concerned with one thing.. the bottom line. That is, maximizing profit, regardless of the social or environmental costs.
David Suzuki - Companies - Profits - Products - Business Ethics - Social - Earnings - Influential - Environmental - Consumer

We’re responsible for the fortunes of the company but this is a bone-dry situation in terms of access to credit. Nobody can operate on that basis unless you have large cash balances, which we don’t. My concern is that the government doesn’t appear to care about manufacturing.
Ratan Tata - Tata Group - Responsibility - Companies - Credit - Government - Manufacturing

I think the Tata Group’s greatest contribution to the growth of the Indian economy and Indian industry probably happened in the pre-independence era. The Group’s investments in industries such as steel, textiles, power and hotels were certainly driven by an entrepreneurial spirit, but they were driven even more, I think, by a desire to make India self-sufficient and independent of its colonial masters then.
Ratan Tata - India - Growth - Tata Group - Conglomerate - Industry - Steel - Textile - Hotel - Entrepreneurial

I’ve never believed protectionism of that kind will lead us anywhere. I think you can have certain specific rules for engaging with India.. for example, not allowing mineral resources to be taken out of the country.. but there is not a shred of doubt in my mind that when you open an economy you should do it in totality. Foreign investment adds a sense of competition; we should see this as a wake-up call to modernise and upgrade. Companies that do not will undoubtedly die.
Ratan Tata - India - Companies - Competition - Protectionism - Economy - Mineral Resources - Foreign Investment

People ask me, how is managing in the New Economy different from managing in the Old Economy? Actually, it's a lot the same. It's about the financial discipline of the bottom line, understanding your customers, segmenting your customers by their needs, and building a world-class management team.
Meg Whitman - Ebay -
Companies - Management - Economy - Customers - Customer Service - Finance

We also need to reduce corporate tax rates. This applies to small, medium and large businesses. At 35 percent, we have the second highest corporate rates in the world. It restricts the growth of small enterprises that need to plow capital back into their businesses and forces companies and jobs to move overseas.
Meg Whitman - Small Business -
Companies - Growth - Finance - Taxes - Jobs

My dream was actually just to have a computer some day. If I'd imagined that it meant starting a company to sell them, I probably would have avoided the whole thing.
Steve Wozniak - Dreams - Computers -
Companies

Just by being private, the culture will change. We won't be forced to make decisions that are 90 days in relevance.
Sam Zell - Companies - Culture
- Change - Decisions

When all is said and done, what must be remembered is a newspaper is a business. It used to be a fabulous business that made extraordinary margins. It's now a very good business with appropriate margins.
Sam Zell - Companies - News - Business - Media - Profits


Research indicates that workers have three prime needs: Interesting work, recognition for doing a good job, and being let in on things that are going on in the company.
Zig Ziglar - Employee - Interesting - Jobs
- Companies

Many companies have long contended that stress in the home causes productivity loss in the market place.. and it does. But research now reveals that stress on the job causes stress at home. In other words, they feed off each other.
Zig Ziglar - Employee - Jobs - Stress - Companies


It occurred to me that building a company was the best way to align a group of people towards building something great. And its really.. it's a good organizational structure where you can really reward people. If they're building something that's good, you can you work with partners and reward them if the product that you're developing work well. It's a good way to get the best people involved to build something very good.
Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook - Companies - Great - Products

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