I know what I don’t know. To this day, I don’t know technology, and I don’t know finance or accounting.
I don’t know technology and engineering. I don’t know accounting.
I was a pretty good coach and working with marketing was like coaching.
I guess the one question I will not get today is: When are you going to do anything about cellular?
I just want you to know you aren’t going to church with a crook.
No one will find me to have knowingly committed fraud.
The strength in our third-quarter financial results is cause for excitement. I’m particularly pleased that we continue to demonstrate impressive growth at the same time we are engaged in important merger discussions.
I put those people in place. I trusted them. I had no idea they would do anything like this.
We were a fast-growing company, and I was a demanding boss.
I know I lost my temper, but I tried to be human along the way.
I have some assets that over time will be worth something. I’ve been in the process of selling others.
I didn’t have anything to apologize for.
I expected results.
The coach’s job is to get the best players and get them to play together.
Our communications services revenue growth is being driven by continued strong top-line performance in data, Internet and international – three of the fastest growing and most profitable areas within communications services.
Our investments in data, Internet and international have been particularly timely and have positioned the company to post industry-leading incremental revenue gains.
We have the right assets for a fast-growing digital business.
I used practically all the money I had available.
I never thought anything like that would have gone on.
I wasn’t ever advised by Scott Sullivan of anything ever being wrong.
We accelerated our capital spending in the fourth quarter, particularly in international and next-generation network deployment, which should not only sustain future revenue growth but also drive significant cost reductions across all communications services.
We very much regret that our merger with Sprint was not allowed to proceed.