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 Jeanne Salvatore - “The way insurance works, they are going to look at what is their experience and what is the projected experience. The underwriting, how an individual insurance company prices its products is very important. That is how they compete. Some companies just believe the risk is too great for them to financially handle.”  
 Jeanne Salvatore - “For these reasons, insurance companies will look at the breed of dog when deciding in terms of underwriting. There is no industry-wide policy. Each company is going to treat dogs differently.”  
 Jeanne Salvatore - “Each company has different procedures, but generally if you file a lot of small claims that can be problematic. Statistically, most people only file a claim every 8 to 10 years, so if you're filing more than that you stand out.”  
 Lord Byron - “I am never long, even in the society of her I love, without yearning for the company of my lamp and my library”  
 Jeff Whiteman - “Just imagine what our society would be like if every company did that.”  
 Lovie Smith - “Once you get into company with Walter Payton, that's saying quite a bit.”  
 Atul Lele - “The result and dividend exceeded our forecasts. The company is saying it has many opportunities to pursue, highlighting a strong deal pipeline.”  
 Jeff Weir - “To have a company of IBM's stature saying, 'We want to compete in that market, too,' is absolutely a validation of the concept that we've been talking about for a number of years.”  
 Jeff Uslan - “Why in the world would somebody want to eat up your bandwidth listening to radio music over the Internet on PC speakers -- when it's cheaper for the company to go and buy stereos for everybody When you look at the cost of what these people are doing in terms of bandwidth and Internet access, it's extremely expensive.”  
 Jeff Stinson - “You saw a little better earnings than expected, a more optimistic outlook for full-year earnings, and people beginning to see margin expansion for the company after some declines over the last 18 months. That visibility is the biggest reason you're seeing the stock move up.”  
 Jeff Stinson - “I don't think Federated will be alone in talking down earnings expectations for the quarter and also the second half of this year. You look at the things impacting Federated and they are industry and consumer-related issues, not company issues.”  
 Jeff Sobul - “It's a marketing investment - they are trying to gain a wider exposure for their brand and their company.”  
 Jeff Smulyan - “but our people felt this was a decision that made sense for the company.”  
 Jeff Shell - “It's no secret that our company views sports television as valuable to our overall television strategy. Ownership of a team gets you in the door with that kind of programming and ensures you are going to be there long-term.”  
 Jeff Ross - “We kind of do our own thing as an independent. We are able to make decisions and moves that company stores would have to wait for corporate permission to do. I have no problems with Supervalu. They have addressed an issue that we all had and that was they tried to play both sides of the fence (wholesaler and retail outlet). I wasn't surprised they announced they are selling their corporate stores.”  
 Jeff Ross - “We kind of do our own thing as an independent. We are able to make decisions and moves that company stores would have to wait for corporate permission to do, ... I have no problems with Supervalu. They have addressed an issue that we all had and that was they tried to play both sides of the fence (wholesaler and retail outlet). I wasn't surprised they announced they are selling their corporate stores.”  
 Jeff Raikes - “That combination of focus is very, very important, it's very powerful, and I think it really uniquely positions Microsoft to be the best company to be able to meet your needs.”  
 Jeff Pulver - “In the past, if you wanted to start a new phone company, you had to have the infrastructure and equipment. But now voice has become truly an application that can run on anything, instead of needing and entire infrastructure behind it.”  
 Jason Bowen - “We aren't a religious theater company. Our productions are accessible no matter what your faith.”  
 Jarron Collins - “They come find us. On a road trip here (in Charlotte), a clothing company called my room and said 'Do you need anything' They come to your room with fabric.”  
 Jay Pultz - “Of course, this move poses tremendous challenges -- primarily integrating not one large company, but now two. It will be hard for ATT to be other than inward focused over the next three years.”  
 Jared Stern - “He set it up through a middle man. He initiated discussions in a potential investment in my clothing company. That's where the whole money issue originated. He was the first one to bring up any question of payment for press coverage.”  
 Liz Ryan - “Ask a lot of questions. Things can change dramatically in no time, and you don't want to be labeled as a presumptuous blowhard who has no finger on the actual pulse of the company.”  
 Liz Ryan - “Any company today, in 2005, that still has a sick-day policy where if you don't use them, you lose them . . . then they're just fooling themselves if they think people aren't going to take the days.”  
 Liz Rosenberg - “Our job as a record company is to get exposure for the video,”  

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