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Schwartz writes that "the proliferation of choice in our lives robs us of the opportunity to decide for ourselves just how important any given decision is.
On the matter of starting new schools, Hess suggests that, given the financial and other obstacles involved, the most likely source of choice entrepreneurs is people" operating out of religious obligation or a desire to reap a profit:' This observation fits the current scene.
Some opponents of choice, still obsessing on the religious question, see the current-generation proposals in the same light.
Michael Thorell, president and chief executive officer of Choice Bank, stated, "Our decision to combine with Silver State was carefully considered in light of the interests of our shareholders, customers and employees.
Choice Hotels, Choice Hotels International, Cambria Suites, Clarion, Quality, Comfort Suites, Comfort Inn, Sleep Inn, MainStay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge, and Rodeway Inn are proprietary trademarks and service marks of Choice Hotels International
It allows us to leverage the breadth of Choice One's network to offer competitive plans and to expand our product offering.
The current shareholders of Choice One and CTC will each own exactly 50% of the combined firm.