Stuart Clark
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"Stuart Rupert Clark" is a former Australian cricketer who played for New South Wales cricket team/New South Wales and the Australia national cricket team/Australian team. He was a right-arm fast-medium bowler. His nickname "Sarfraz" originates from the similarities of his bowling style to Sarfraz Nawaz.

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We figure this is about a $1 billion - $1.5 billion industry and we are at least eight to ten times bigger than our nearest competitor. In other words, there's a whole lot of that apple left to eat.

I suppose I've been through times where I thought it was never going to happen, but you try and keep those thoughts at the back of your mind.

It's still a bit of a dream and it's been a lot of fun.

Interactive Data posted excellent 2005 financial results. In 2005, we surpassed the $500 million milestone in annual service revenue, an achievement that reflects the organic expansion of each core business as well as the contributions from our acquisitions.

It's always hard work, even if it sometimes looks easy.

After two to three years of operating, that facility is paid for by way of savings. Because there's such a rapid rate of return, it looks like an annuity. They're saving between $500,000 and $1 million year after year.

That wasn't our best game on Sunday. We need to win and get the ball rolling. We need to perform to the levels we know we can. We proved in Australia that we can (win), and we want to prove we can do the same here.

I saw him before I left. He said to me I can call him or contact him at any time, but I've stayed away from that at the moment because of his family problems.

If I can get nine wickets every Test match I play it will be great, but (I'll take) one game at a time and we'll see what happens.