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I'm excited about seeing digital commerce growing," Khawaja told Fortune Magazine, "It's contributing to a better economy and allowing people to create businesses of their own.
Such increases in the profit of the bank are due to the diversified income generating services it provides to its customers, including the letter of credit (LC), he told Fortune.
He became general counsel and was sent to San Francisco to end a sit-in over racially discriminatory hiring practices at one of its hotels, 'it seemed to me that I was working on the wrong side for the wrong people," he told Fortune Magazine in 1987.
He told Fortune magazine in 2007 that he has paid back then $2.
Charlie Black, a political adviser to McCain, told Fortune magazine that such an attack "certainly would be a big advantage to him".
Right now, the question is how bad it's going to get," David Rosenberg, chief North American economist at Merrill Lynch, told Fortune magazine.
So rather than give all his money to his children who, he told Fortune magazine, already have "a gigantic headstart in a society that aspires to be a meritocracy," he hopes to level the playing field by giving his wealth away.
I came to realize there was a terrific foundation that was already scaled-up--that wouldn't have to go through the real grind of getting to a megasize like the Buffett Foundation would--and that could productively use my money now," Buffet told Fortune magazine.
As she told Fortune (June 9, 2003): "I hung out, walked the halls, and told [the employees] I was sorry.
told Fortune magazine in January that home equity lending and refinancing will "likely be much smaller" due to higher rates and slower property appreciation this year.
There's too much money chasing too few good deals, with too much debt and too few brains," he told Fortune magazine.
It's the most amazing marketing vehicle," Domain CEO Judy George told Fortune.