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 Tom Kraemer - “The key growth drivers are all in place.”
 Gerry Kraemer - “We talked a lot about ... showing more heart and hustle and trusting one another on the floor. We were able to do that in the fourth quarter tonight. We never gave up and came together in a different kind of way, in a more helter-skelter kind of way. But it worked for us and that's something to build upon.”
 Joerg Kraemer - “All this suggests that the ECB is in no hurry to hike interest rates. A move in February can effectively be ruled out.”
 Joerg Kraemer - “European production could pick up in the first quarter, with Germany doing better than its neighbors. Interest rates are still low, and higher rates won't put on the brakes.”
 Joerg Kraemer - “As long as they are rising, the ECB tends to raise interest rates.”
 Thomas Kraemer - “All of tech has been massacred, but our data suggests that storage may weather the storm better since its earnings stream will be more reliable than almost any other area of technology.”
 David Kraemer - “We'll never know who spilled the wine.”
 Gerry Kraemer - “I've had a lot of nice players, but as far as people, I've never had a better group.”
 Tom Kraemer - “This move makes HP look much more like IBM and, in our opinion, makes strategic sense.”
 Thomas Kraemer - “Demand in Europe remains weak and the US is stable but at anemic levels. Fortune 500 purchases remain slow with little movement toward discretionary projects. Finally, the typical year end surge of Government spending began later than normal in July.”
 Tom Kraemer - “While we expected management to lower expectations for the current quarter, the magnitude of the reductions caught us by surprise.”
 Thomas Kraemer - “We can't make investments (in new track) based just on demand today, but how it will look 10 years from now and beyond.”
 Gerry Kraemer - “We all know we're young. We're just trying to stay positive. We're making young mistakes. We talk about playing more together as a team, being committed to one another on and off the court and doing the little things that win ball games.”
 Tom Kraemer - “We think this will be an incremental boost to the overall network-attached storage market and is an incremental revenue opportunity for EMC, and therefore positive for EMC. We believe Network Appliance will face more competition from EMC, but we did not see any new major software that hugely disturbs what is occurring in this space.”
 Tom Kraemer - “We think this will be an incremental boost to the overall network attached storage market and is an incremental revenue opportunity for EMC, and therefore positive for EMC. We believe Network Appliance will face more competition from EMC, but we did not see any new major software that hugely disturbs what is occurring in this space.”
 Tom Kraemer - “Competition will intensify but IBM should be able to gain share as HP undergoes a Herculean integration task.”
 David Kraemer - “It is influenced by the customs and practices of the Jewish community in Palestine.”
 Tom Kraemer - “Both HP and Compaq have been pursuing several common strategies Becoming more services-centric, Wintel in the enterprise, storage as a technology growth engine, and moving to an overall solution sell. There will obviously be regulatory and enormous execution hurdles, but, with the addition of Compaq, HP should be better positioned to move forward on every one of these fronts.”
 David Kraemer - “But every single Jewish manuscript is evidence of an individual's commitment to that manuscript.”
 Thomas Kraemer - “We believe that established enterprises accelerated IT, equity investment, partnerships, and other types in spending since they feared that an unexpected and superior dot.com business model would threaten their existence. With the diminution of the dot.com threat, purchase cycles should lengthen, return on investment should matter again, and the worth of business models will have to be demonstrated.”
 Tom Kraemer - “Given the weakness in HP shares this morning following their pre-announcement and our belief that the printer business is worth approximately 25 per share, we do not think it makes sense to downgrade the stock at this time. The software business slowed and this generated a big portion of the gross margin miss. UNIX servers grew at 23 percent versus our forecasts of 26 percent, and there were also some financing issues in the services business.”
 Joerg Kraemer - “After today's council meeting the European Central Bank sent a less hawkish statement compared to market expectations.”
 Joerg Kraemer - “As a result, we expect that the German economy will continue to grow by a mere 1 percent on average in the years to come, ... the German election results lower the pressure on other European countries to implement major economic reforms.”
 Thomas Kraemer - “We think this is important as Sun's ability to compete in the enterprise market depends on its ability to get product out in a timely fashion.”
 Thomas Kraemer - “Although the results were solid, and we expect the stock to respond favorably in the near term, we continue to rate the shares 'neutral' due to long-term concerns over IBM's server businesses and overall IT spending. Our surveys suggest that server and IT spending could weaken throughout the year, thereby questioning IBM's ability to meet revenue expectations.”