companynoun

  • ja会社
  • ena business, organization, enterprise, or firm that makes or sells goods or services

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I'll see your situation and I'll raise you a situation.
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Your company is losing clients left and right.
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You have a stockholder meeting coming up.
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And you are going to have to explain to them why your most profitable branch is bleeding.
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So they may be looking for a little change in the CFO.
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So I don't think I need to wait out Dunder Mifflin.
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I think I just have to wait out you.
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One of the things you do is give back.
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So how do you give back?
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We give back through our work in the environment and running a company on renewable energy.
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Okay, you know what?
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I want you to think about your future at this company.
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I want you to think about it long and hard.
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- That's what she said. - Don't.
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Don't you dare.
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What ignited me to do this?
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Well, when I first started thinking about our company, I wanted social responsibility to be a big part of that.
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And in that, I thought a lot about women and children.
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And that's when I thought about women's empowerment.
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And that's exactly what our foundation focuses on.
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And it's part of the DNA of our company.
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- Hey. - Hey.
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So, what did the insurance company say?
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Oh, they said, "You don't have insurance here, so stop calling us."
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But I think from a Saudi perspective, they're just like any other shareholder, right?
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It's— Now, we're a public company.
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Anyone can invest in our company if they choose to do so.
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And they're a big investor just like you could be a big investor as well.
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It was lovely meeting both of you.
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Thank you.
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Thank you, Mr. Slovin.
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And may I say what a privilege it would be to work for the Phillip Morris Corporation,
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a company that has remained the largest cigarette manufacturer in the US since 1983,
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plus has increased its dividends 46 times in the last 44 years!
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You all tore this market up in the face of a world that was trying to tear you down.
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Now, see, that's the company for me.
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Yeah! Yeah!
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If you work for a company and there's a recession coming,
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and you understand your role within that company,
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you can anticipate whether or not a slowdown in business is going to impact your job for better or worse.
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If you love something, like mathematics,
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instead of working the assigned problems, work all the other ones too.
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Just decide.
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"This is something I really love in life.
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I'm gonna go a little further than school wants me to."
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And get yourself very well-educated early
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because it's the real, outstanding, taught people, by the time they get out of the university,
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that have instant jobs at any company like Apple.
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And we've always focused on building the company in a way where there's just a lot of leverage.
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And that that would encourage they're just the best people to come join the company.
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You need to make a deal with my companies.
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Taking existing companies and just calling them new isn't sophisticated.
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That's theft.
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Hello?
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Hello, this is the phone company.
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And we're phoning up to warn you about the crank caller.
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Have you had any crank calls?
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Nope.
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No? Good!
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Oh, and one last thing.
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Your mother sews my socks!

Other meanings for company...

companynoun

  • ja仲間、連れ、友達
  • enthe condition of being with a person or people, or the person or people you are with
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When Jake was in witness protection and I didn't know when he was ever coming back,
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you were always there when I needed to vent.
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So I'll do your paperwork.
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And if you ever want company on that bench, I'm there.
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Thanks.
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Oh, man, thank you so much for helping me get to work.
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I can't tell you what fun it is to be in your company.
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- You are both great. - Any time. - Any time.
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We were celebrating the Time 100 and she felt like she didn't belong.
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Like she didn't belong in the company of people like Oprah, and Michelle Obama, and Christine Lagarde.
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Well, I'm here to say that you belong here.
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And I think it's become very clear to Glamour Magazine and to many millions of people around the world
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that you are more than worthy of this honor tonight.
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Now, let's be real.
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I am in no position to get mad at people if they're busy, because I'm super busy.
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But if I go out to dinner with you, I actually expect to enjoy your company, okay?
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I did not come to dinner just to watch you talk on the phone and text.
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Because if I wanted to watch someone interact with technology, I would watch 'Big Hero 6.'
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For instance, extroverts who are full of energy like to expend their energy
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by actively engaging in social activities.
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Hanging out with friends and seeking happiness.
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They can make statements like:
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"live in the present" and "don't worry, be happy"
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On the other hand, introverts expend their energy by living inside and spending time alone.
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This does not mean they don't enjoy going out.
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But they tend to do it in the company of their loved ones or close circle of friends.
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For them, the meaning of seeking happiness may be very different from what extroverts think it means.
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To introverts, being happy may include helping others, making others happy,
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or achieving a sense of satisfaction.
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Hi, everyone.
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So nice to be here.
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Thank you for being here.
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I'm just thrilled to be in the company of adults.
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Because I'm a stay-at-home dad and I have a 4-year old son.
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And it's tough 'cause he's a Trump supporter.
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Now, we all know that Eugene hates babies.
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But I don't think that the world truly knows that the feeling is mutual.
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And a lot of photos that Eugene take and puts online are of Wes really not enjoying his company.
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Boom.