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'My job is to make decisions. Your job is to make them good decisions.'
'Same here, we have a female C.E.O., too.'
'it's lonely at the top.'
"He's been in a marvellous mood ever since he learned one out of every hundred and fifty Americans is in jail."
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'That's our head of security.'
Sizzling Bucks: Eavesdrop On America's Lustiest C.E.O.s As They Share Their Fantasies Of Dominance + Humiliation
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"Still, I think we can all take some pride in being one of the signature bankruptcies of our time."
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'Would you please send in one of my 'yes-man' to break this tie?'
". . . but, it will be great to see the old gang."
"Miss Durban, is there anything C.E.O.-ish for me to do?"
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"So, when you day 'angry mob with torches and pitchforks,' you mean. . .?"
Why Oil Spills Are Good:
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"I'm going to lunch. Can I get you anything?"
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"Mr. Barrington, the sins of your past are on lines one through six."
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'I'm a bit pressed for time. Give me your one-minute elevator pitch.'
"We had to remove him from public view."
"Your lieutenants aren't here. They've all gone to the officer's club."
"You fed me tuna and cleaned my litter box, Harris, and I'm not going to forget it."
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'Your first executive decision?'
'Of all times to have a dance tune get stuck in my head.'
"Damn it, Persky! I ask you for a fiercely choreographed rite of destruction and rebirth, and you give me a febrile study of dehumanized angst."
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'Inform their C.E.O., C.F.O. and C.O.O. that their proposal is D.O.A..'
'What I like most about the new boss is that you always know EXACTLY where you stand with him!'
"Mr. Butler, your ten-o'clock is here."
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'Good point Frank. . . does anyone else have an opinion about my new proposal. . .?'