Along the way, there also have been major innovations and probably his best one is transparency: Recognizing the need to communicate continuously with markets in deciding how policy will be formulated.
He's disappointed, but he understands that's what you have to do. He's willing to go in and work a little harder.
Then all of a sudden, in the fourth quarter the other team's back in it.
He's going to have a good year.
Florida is still a possibility, but he's going to be looking into other schools as well.
It's tough, because he has a lot of respect for Coach Donovan and (associate coach Anthony) Grant. But he's looking forward to finishing this season and his future opportunities.
We don't demand to speak to any one person.
It's definitely more dangerous this time around. I didn't expect to lose so many friends so soon.
The decision to proceed with the charges was made solely by the SFO
The culture of the chairmanship is to be the dominant voice in the Fed. If you have a weak chairman . . . the markets could be very unsettled
We get a lot of people from out of state who come down and it's not what they expect Florida to be, the horse farms and oak trees instead of the sand and the ocean.
Doctors coin money when they do procedures but family medicine doesn't have any procedures.
The Fed chairmanship is not the kind of job where you want to surprise everyone with your choice of a total unknown. You don't want to surprise Wall Street.