“The Street, meanwhile, recognizing that Apple always lowballs these numbers, thought revenue would be more like $24.38 billion.”
“Apple management consistently lowballs guidance to such an extent that it can easily manage, no – actually create outperformance.”
“Problem was, the proposals were embarrassing lowballs based on 2009 traffic, when the Great Recession had crunched cargo shipments.”
“If everybody lowballs and steadfastly refuses to pay existing prices as part of an effort to improve their financial standing, then everybody will suffer.”
“The more McCain and Palin play their lowballs and upset people, the more republicans endorse Senator Obama, the more swing voters will move in our direction.”
“Republicans argued that the CBO's estimate lowballs the actual cost of the bill for families.”
“In a letter to Broadcom board's, Emulex's board said the offer lowballs the company, particularly regarding network convergence technology, and that it is timed to take advantage of the company's depressed stock price.”
“He lowballs almost all the estimates and never says where all the funds are going to come from.”
“It demystifies a lot about negotiation, and tells you how to respond when your publisher lowballs you, pulls offers off the table, and basically tries to show you that they don't need you.”
“Z lowballs the interest rate effects of higher deficits--and manages not to talk about the savings and investment effects at all.”
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