I am not the Prime Minister of French capitalism. I am the Prime Minister of France.
Yes to market economy, no to market society.
Programmers are in the enviable position of not only getting to do what they want to, but because the end result is so important they get paid to do it. There are other professions like that, but not that many.
Money don't rule me, record companies don't rule me.
I think that is the fight that we have to wage if we're to save the middle class. And I do have doubts about whether Hillary Clinton or whether any Republican candidate out there is prepared to take on the big money interests who control so much of our economy and as a result of Citizens United, our political process as well.
I could be a millionaire if I knew how to make stuff and wasn't afraid of electricity.
People don't realize that by voting Republican, they voted against themselves....I worry that some people are entertained by the idea of this war. They don't know anything about the Iraqis, but they're angry and frustrated in their own lives. It's like Germany, before Hitler took over. The economy was bad and people felt kicked around. They looked for a scapegoat. Now we've got a new bunch of Hitlers.
I tell you that there are eighty-plus-year-old nudists cavorting on your property, Ashley O'Ballivan, and all you can do is laugh?
Giving triggers social cohesion. It's also the basis for an economy not based on money.
I'm a record collector. I'd spend all my pocket money on vinyl.
I hit the highway, making money the fly way;But there's got to be a better way.
Too much money ain't enough money.
I ain't kinda hot, I'm sauna/ I sweat money and the bank is my shower
If I got a missed call, there wasn't money involved
Honestly, I'm not an extravagant person, I don't spend a lot of money.
Accidents have already become an important factor restricting the development of a harmonious economy and society, and have attracted the strong attention of the Chinese government and society
Today, being the biggest developing countries in the world, China and India are both committed to developing their economy and raising their people's living standards.
The Chinese economy has huge potential and flexibility.
I would have to say that my mother's entrepreneurial perspective, and that of her father's, are very evident in my own outlook.
In companies, there are three activities that should be labeled better. First there is the "CORE" which is the thing the company does that its customers pay it to do.
Unfortunately, once an economy is geared to expansion, the means rapidly turn into an end and "the going becomes the goal."
An exploration of the challenges Korea faces in transforming its economy from a government-directed, low-cost producer to an innovative world economic power based on its own scientific and technological development.
Rise of capitalism was responsible for the subordination of Woman
Money doesn't grow on trees, and if it did, someone else would own the orchard.
Interesting thing about being rich is once you pay your taxes, you're still rich.
When people come to my act any time after Thanksgiving, I usually say, You shouldn't be here. You should be shopping. Our economy depends on you! You should be out there buying stuff.'
One thing I know about the rich, being rich, is that you can take money from me and tomorrow, I'm still going to be rich.
To err is human, to forgive is against company policy.
I got to wear pancake makeup because you know I'm a show biz professional and they all wear pancake makeup. I got to drink free cokes!
Money is in the exponent. And exponent needs to be calculated precisely.
Always try to turn a marketing disaster into a marketing opportunity.
In today's integrated world economy, ... eradicating poverty may contribute as much to U.S. security as eradicating terrorism.
We know what we have to do. And we know how to do it. If we fail to convert our self-destructing economy into one that is environmentally sustainable, future generations will be overwhelmed by environmental degradation and social disintegration. Simply stated, if our generation does not turn things around, our children may not have the option of doing so.
A sustainable economy represents nothing less than a higher social order one as concerned with future generations as with our own, and more focused on the health of the planet and the poor than on material acquisitions and military might. While it is a fundamentally new endeavor, with many uncertainties, it is far less risky than continuing with business as usual.
The throwaway economy that has been evolving over the last half-century is an aberration, now itself headed for the junk heap of history.
The foundation is being laid for the emergence of both wind and solar cells as cornerstones of the new energy economy.
The choice is ours-yours and mine. We can stay with business as usual and preside over a global bubble economy that keeps expanding until it bursts, leading to economic decline. Or we can adopt Plan B and be the generation that stabilizes population, eradicates poverty, and stabilizes climate. Historians will record the choice, but it is ours to make.
Today, more than ever, we need political leaders who can see the big picture, who understand the relationship between the economy and its environmental support systems.
Our early 21st century civilization is in trouble. We need not go beyond the world food economy to see this. Over the last few decades we have created a food production bubble-one based on environmental trends that cannot be sustained, including overpumping aquifers, overplowing land, and overloading the atmosphere with carbon dioxide.
If an economy is to sustain progress, it must satisfy the basic principles of ecology. If it does not, it will decline and eventually collapse. There is no middle ground