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One of those well written memoirs (J R Moehringer apparently helped with his inputs). Even after 10 years, Nike was on the edge and could have gone bankrupt anytime. They survive, survive once more, and again until I got bored. Phil doesn't come acro ...more
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“If 1967 had been the Summer of Love, 1970 was the Summer of Liquidity, and I had none.”
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“No one heard. No one cared. They cared only about the bottom line. Not even the bottom line, but their bottom line. I”
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“sometimes the very struggle of getting the words down on paper does result in unexpected discoveries or clarifications.”
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“Forget about earnings. That's a priesthood of the accounting profession," he would preach, unrelentingly. "What you're really after is appreciating assets. You want to own as much of that asset as you can; then you want to finance it as efficiently as possible." 6 And above all else, make sure that the deals you do avoid as much in taxes as is legally possible.”
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“And it’s so easy because you become so self-conscious and so intellectual and so analytical about it in the long run that you lose that wonderful sort of ego that you have that says, ‘Oh, goddamn it, I don’t care; I love it anyway; I’m going to do it!”
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