Andrew Ross Sorkin Quotes

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Andrew Ross Sorkin quotes: Forget about banks that are too big to fail; the focus should be on cities, municipalities and countries that are too big to fail. Forget about banks that are too big to fail; the focus should be on cities, municipalities and countries that are too big to fail.
Andrew Ross Sorkin quotes: It's the people who have an incentive to find the problem who usually find the problem. It's the people who have an incentive to find the problem who usually find the problem.
Andrew Ross Sorkin quotes: Some billionaires like cars, yachts and private jets. Others like newspapers. Some billionaires like cars, yachts and private jets. Others like newspapers.
Andrew Ross Sorkin quotes: In truth, the best Bitcoin can hope for is to be a second-rate version of gold, if that. In truth, the best Bitcoin can hope for is to be a second-rate version of gold, if that.
Andrew Ross Sorkin quotes: I don't sleep well. I'm a very nervous - by my nature - anxious, almost paranoid person and reporter. I don't sleep well. I'm a very nervous - by my nature - anxious, almost paranoid person and reporter.
Andrew Ross Sorkin quotes: In truth, a leader should either apologize, mean it and do something about it - or not apologize at all. In truth, a leader should either apologize, mean it and do something about it - or not apologize at all.
Andrew Ross Sorkin quotes: The euphoria around economic booms often obscures the possibility for a bust, which explains why leaders typically miss the warning signs. The euphoria around economic booms often obscures the possibility for a bust, which explains why leaders typically miss the warning signs.
Andrew Ross Sorkin quotes: There are no atheists in foxholes or ideologues in a financial crisis. Ben Bernanke There are no atheists in foxholes or ideologues in a financial crisis. Ben Bernanke
Andrew Ross Sorkin quotes: Tiptoeing on a tightrope past insider trading laws may be deft and clever, but it doesn't make it right. Tiptoeing on a tightrope past insider trading laws may be deft and clever, but it doesn't make it right.
Andrew Ross Sorkin quotes: Investors are sometimes too busy looking for profits to notice where the truth ends and the deception begins. Investors are sometimes too busy looking for profits to notice where the truth ends and the deception begins.