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 Paul Allaire - “This repositioning will strengthen us financially and enable strong cash generation.”
 Romeo Dallaire - “Who the hell cared about Rwanda”
 Paul Allaire - “The disruptions in customer relationships caused by our sales force realignment, at a time when competitors have strengthened their product capabilities, is producing a drag on the second-quarter sales of our most profitable products.”
 Paul Allaire - “Clearly, the fact that our current expectation on the second quarter is less than we anticipated ... our recovery is pushed back in time. We do expect the turnaround to be there and be significant and therefore have an improvement in the second half and have good momentum going into 2001.”
 Benoit Allaire - “Sean is a now guy whose technical part and mental part is so good. He gives us a chance to win every day. That's why he has been so good for the last four of five years. Sean brought a lot of experience with him here and he doesn't need too much information. But it doesn't take him too long for him to take that little bit of information I give him and do it right away on the ice.”
 Jeremy Allaire - “Internet TV is fundamentally about delivering video programming through interactive, rich-media experiences that go well beyond what traditional broadcast and cable TV has offered.”
 Paul Allaire - “We have not put a number on it, but there are obviously a significant amount of people involved, ... We regret that. But these are difficult times and we have to make difficult decisions but we will emerge stronger for it.”
 Benoit Allaire - “You make a winner when you win. I think we can have a good crack for the next two months and for the next 10 years, too, maybe.”
 Benoit Allaire - “I think you just focus day to day, week to week. He's been the first goalie in the past. He won't lose his focus. He'll play another 10 years in the NHL. Game-sharp is just puck after puck (in practice). Since his last game, he's done two hours each day on ice. I think it was a good spot on the road. Sometimes, when you've stayed out a long time, it's better on the road.”
 Benoit Allaire - “I think Sean Burke in the last three or four years is a top five guy. When you watch his save percentage in the last four years, it's at the top of the NHL. His game is so good. He is such a good pure stopper of the puck. There is no doubt he is one of the top in the NHL right now.”
 Paul Allaire - “After serious deliberation, the Board of Directors chose to eliminate the dividend -- a decision that contributes to the progress Xerox is making in restoring its financial strength and helps to provide the flexibility required to build on the effective execution of its turnaround plan, ... As Xerox returns to profitability, the Board will consider the reinstatement of dividends.”
 Paul Allaire - “These results are obviously disappointing and completely unacceptable. Clearly, actions beyond resolving our operational issues are required, including major cost reductions, asset dispositions and a review of the dividend level. Aggressive actions to improve profitability in 2001 are being pursued.”
 Paul Allaire - “We expect an earnings recovery in 2001 ... by strengthening our operations, improving our strong product offering and through significant cost reductions. We expect to achieve this, even if the economy and competing environment preclude any revenue growth in the year.”
 Jeremy Allaire - “The economic details of publishing content into the system won't be available until this summer.”
 Jeremy Allaire - “In the past people only had the chance to license their content to networks. Now that's not the case.”
 Paul Allaire - “This leadership transition is consistent with the Board's plans developed last year when I returned as CEO and Anne was named president and COO. The plan called for a gradual transition of leadership with Anne becoming CEO when the Board was confident of the effective execution of Xerox's turnaround. Clearly, this requirement has been met.”
 Paul Allaire - “This leadership transition is consistent with the Board's plans developed last year when I returned as CEO and Anne was named president and COO, ... The plan called for a gradual transition of leadership with Anne becoming CEO when the Board was confident of the effective execution of Xerox's turnaround. Clearly, this requirement has been met.”
 Paul Allaire - “We delivered another record quarter, reflecting strong double-digit earnings growth consistent with our objectives, even though pre-currency revenue growth - at 7 percent - was clearly affected by some weaker economies,”
 Romeo Dallaire - “The genocide was brutal, criminal and disgusting and continued for 100 days under the eyes of the international community,”
 Romeo Dallaire - “The international community didn't give one damn for Rwandans because Rwanda was a country of no strategic importance,”
 Paul Allaire - “We are looking at everything and are looking at options we have associated with that investment, ... We will continue to focus on things like color. We think that's a real advantage and a market opportunity for us... but you should not expect to see a change on color.”
 Benoit Allaire - “He competes all the time and is always aware of everything around him. And he never gives up on the puck. Now he has to mature and adjust to being a professional. Everything is a little faster, the shooters shoot harder and there are more games than in college.”
 Paul Allaire - “We were aware that we really had to change the cost structure of the company and change the investment profile and the focus to some degree and shed some assets in order to remain competitive, ... It is clear that just fixing our operational issues, although critical, is not sufficient.”
 Paul Allaire - “This was a difficult but necessary decision that is consistent with our resolve to execute an effective turnaround by focusing on core office and production growth opportunities, ... While Xerox was engaged in active discussions with potential equity partners, the slowdown in the economy and its impact on the PC and SOHO markets prevented these companies from making what was once considered a compelling investment in Xerox's SOHO business.”
 Paul Allaire - “This is all about execution. This management team is totally committed to advancing our business strategies. Rick's directions and initiatives were, in fact, right.”

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