The [campaign] will continue until the U.S. and international communities have taken the necessary actions to end the genocide.
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The business of New Orleans is tourism, and New Orleans has got to get back to business. There's all this talk about bringing people back to New Orleans, but without tourism there won't be any jobs for them to come home to.
Last spring at our general body meeting we took a poll of 50 students and Carville was the top choice of the people we put up for consideration. We wanted someone who was successful, popular, dynamic and engaging, and he fits the bill on all of those.
I think that we have a good chance to still buy it.
This may be the most profitable private equity deal of all time.
There is too much money at stake. At some point, somebody will blink and work out a compromise. If not, there will be plenty of competitors to Blackberry to fill the lacuna.
This has been a golden age for our industry but nothing continues to be golden forever.
Of course Ken Starr was the leader of the impeachment movement against Bill Clinton and we are not particularly thrilled about him coming. However, we want to hear what he has to say.
I wouldn't be surprised if returns came down eventually but I don't know what would be the precipitating factor.