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|“Managing directors are not paid to be busy, they are paid to think.” Sir Kenneth |
Cork Senior people in companies should rarely be busy. Think about it. They are
paid a lot and, in theory, they should be able to dictate what goes into their diary.
|I was the captain of the ship and I took that responsibility. —Alan Bond Managing |
directors are not paid to be busy, they are paid to think. —Kenneth Cork The best
way to inspire people to superior performance is to convincethemby everything ...
|Sociology student Is that what your salesmen think$$$ General manager They're |
not paid to think, they're too busy seeing our customers, finding out how many
more they want. ... Sociology student Does your managing director approve of
|I want to point out in the first place that the preference dividends for the whole of |
the year 1902 have been paid or provided for. ... but which they hope you will
repose quite apart from the articles, thought it in the best interest of the company
not to attempt to divide that small ... We have been also busy engaged in
negotiations with the Government on various ... I do not think it would be possible
for your managing director, your chairman, or, indeed, anybody on earth to tell
you what the ...
|.from the busy 182 [Fnsnvmv 6, 1891. .K- It. llulett ... The consideration is £10,500, |
payable £6,000 by the allotment of 600 fully id preferred shares, and 600 fully
paid ordinary shares, an the balance of £4,500 in cash. Registered ... Mr. E. P.
Plenty is appointed managing director for five years at a salary of £300 per
annnm. .... He did not think they would say that was a large number out of 11,000
|Directors must always account to their shareholders, and it does not follow that |
every action they choose to bring in the ... Hence it is most useful to both directors
and shareholders, who now embrace more than half of the busy world, to know
how they ... approve of, and pay the expenses of a suit in which they were not
plaintifi's, and in which they might or might not be ... Some doubts had arisen in
course of the management, and the shareholders appointed a committee to
|If they had made more money during the past year, and had paid all the arrears |
of dividend, they would certainly have written ... year, and I think we may fairly
congratulate ourselves on this head, seeing that the difference is no mean
amount, but, ... We have also been very busy in looking out any other means of
using our litter. We have an outlet for a lot of the dust, which, I think has been very
remunerative ; and I may also say that our managing director is negotiating for
the use of tie ...
|Cable operators say they are not making money from the free VOD services. |
However, since ... Thus far, cable operators are "resistant" to paying for content,
says Amanda Marks, executive VP of Universal Music Group's eLabs. "It does
keep my group extremely busy because you have to figure out how content is
going to be monetized," she says. On the ... "There are other ways we partners, it
takes time to clear rights with video," says Rob Bennett, senior director of MSN
|Management-The board having decided that the extensive business of the |
company necessitated the appointment of more than one managing director, Mr.
Raworth was appointed, in 1901, an additional managing director, with the title of
technical ... He did not think it would be policy at a public meeting of the company
to go into particulars with the shareholders, but the ... Of course, there was a point
at which it did not pay to reduce prices any further, unless they could be justified
|The present agreement pr0vides for the allotment of the stipulated number of fully|
-paid shares to Mr. Jarman. ... The Chairman said: Gentlemen, the directors feel
they may fully congratulate the shareholders upon the satisfactory condition of ...
to pay the managing directors their fees, which hey are not entitled to draw until
the dividend is paid on the preference shares, ... Manufacturers are consequently
very busy, this company, in common with others, having a large increase of