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 James Glassman - “The extraordinary events of the time make a person. He'll be bigger than life because of that.”
 James Glassman - “It'll end up being a pretty significant hit. It's easy to forget that these natural disasters destroy wealth. ... You can't make that up.”
 James Glassman - “The economic loss from the one-day demonstration may not be as big as the realization that (illegal immigrants make up) an important part of the economy. It's probably a small number only because it's a one-day event.”
 James Glassman - “The alternative to a stimulus package could be worse. If the economy flounders, then there's a loss of revenue, worsening the budget situation -- it could even be worse than the measures you take in the short run to fix the economy.”
 Andrew Glassman - “We wanted to get to places that aren't ordinarily featured. We wanted to have that main street feel. It's refreshing.”
 James Glassman - “This is adding to the evidence that the economy is going to pick up and I think that we're going to keep seeing a better job picture.”
 James Glassman - “The thought of oil as a tax doesn't sit right with me. It may be a tax on consumers but it's a plus for producers, ... If you follow the money, my loss is someone else's gain and what starts out as a tax quickly becomes a more balanced picture.”
 Jim Glassman - “It's hard to picture a smoother transition really.”
 James Glassman - “I think he'll leave it the targets at the door. The real world is more unpredictable and uncertain than the idealized world that academics push for.”
 Jacqueline Glassman - “Technology, of course, is not the only distraction.”
 James Glassman - “The report is moderate -- it is not terrible. There is nothing wrong with the economy. What it confirms is that the economy is not out of control.”
 James Glassman - “I think they'll just do 50 (basis points), and leave in their statement it open-ended because the market is already anticipating a fair amount more easing by the Fed anyway, ... We'll hear more in Mr. Greenspan's testimony (before Congress) in February about what they plan to do.”
 Bill Glassman - “Companies should not look at this as an opportunity to add value just through the technology itself, but should have a clear-cut purpose for the technology.”
 James Glassman - “The squeeze on consumers is building. Retailers and other folks who deal with the customer are going to feel the customer's pain this fall and Christmas season. We'll be going through a short period of slow growth.”
 Andrew Glassman - “I have to say that I feel (Amy) was such an obvious choice. Everything that she has stood for - in her career, in her music and in her public persona - captured everything that I wanted the show to be about the warmth, the passion, the understanding.”
 James Glassman - “The overall business-spending picture looks grim because airlines are not buying aircraft and power-generating firms are not buying turbines. Aside from those things, there's a broad-based acceleration going on -- spending on almost every category of goods except those two is looking normal. Behind the scenes, there's a normal cyclical process building.”
 James Glassman - “The overall business-spending picture looks grim because airlines are not buying aircraft and power-generating firms are not buying turbines, ... Aside from those things, there's a broad-based acceleration going on -- spending on almost every category of goods except those two is looking normal. Behind the scenes, there's a normal cyclical process building.”
 Jacqueline Glassman - “This is a wake up call to America to pay attention while driving.”
 Jim Glassman - “The data reinforced the view that the Fed may not have to tighten much more and relieves anxiety about inflation.”
 James Glassman - “I saw in Greenspan somebody who thinks differently about the world than I did. Over time, I watched this process and (realized) that's what gave Greenspan such an edge. The real edge he had is that he's fairly humble and realizes that no human being knows the answer, and he listens to market signals for guidance.”
 Bill Glassman - “If some sort of event had occurred right before the customer called, and the representative didn't have that information as part of the analysis of what the representative should do with that customer, they could be making the wrong decision.”
 Bill Glassman - “Am I going to reduce the penalties because I'm not as late doing something Maybe a real-time analysis will tell me which priority I should be doing these jobs in. Maybe, if I'm in manufacturing, there's a bad product coming out of the line, so I need to analyze what's the impact of shutting the line down now.”
 James Glassman - “I get the feeling that the economy was really wanting to move ahead more quickly last year, then hit a bunch of speed bumps. I get the feeling companies are ready to start building their businesses and do lot of what normally happens in an expansion.”
 James Glassman - “My guess is there will be a bigger stimulus package in the months ahead -- more than 50 billion -- in response to frustration they can't get the economy moving faster.”

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