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"Daddy, does this mean we're poor now."
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Businessman Cut Down by Monthly Reports
'Thank you, Crawford, for that stirring presentation on our third-quarter losses.'
'Good thing I'm wearing my adult diapers.'
"Looks like the Q3 sales meeting is almost over..."
"I've decided to leave public office because I lost the election."
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'The numbers don't look good. Ironically, there's no quick fix.'
'Looks like you've lost your stomach for risk.'
'We make cents out of your dollars.'
'And I'm happy to say, that since the merger...'
"So, we look to the fourth quarter as a time of healing."
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We won't have to face any angry stockholders. We're running our annual stockholders meeting as an online webcast.
"I have to start thinking out of the box."
'Let's not look at it as failure. lets look at it as a chance to do better.'
"Where is everybody going?"
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'You know, what we need to turn this around is...a rumor.'
'Please bring me a copy of our 2004 annual report. I want to reminisce.'
Statistics: "Here's the sales graph...which way around would you like it?"
'A temporary solution would be to white out this part of the chart.'
'I'm a 100% consistent investor. I buy bonds when I should buy stocks when I should buy bonds.'
'And, unfortunately, accounting is reporting that 'enough' is no longer enough.'
'Today's financial report will be a short one: We had money, now we don't.'
But under a different accounting convention ...
'We need another word for 'loss' that doesn't sound like loss.'