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“We’re down 4% over last year.”
“We've discovered a bug that would allow a hacker to gain access to the system.”
“Mintel, the world’s largest computer chip manufacturer, reported a sharp decline in its quarterly profits on Tuesday as computer sales continue to fall.”
“At the end of the day, though, we can't afford to turn away business... as I'm sure you're aware.”
“The exchange rate is killing us.”
“We don't have nearly as much leverage with our distributors as we used to.”
“Tell me what we need to do in order to make this go through.”
“You have to spend money to make money.”
“Sales have been steadily increasing since the launch.”
“We're very pleased with the initial results.”
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