American Businessman Charlie Ergen Quotes & Sayings

American Businessman Charlie Ergen Quotes & Sayings

Charlie Ergen quotes collection who is an American businessman and known to the world as a co-founder. He is the current Chairman of the Board and playing a key role asĀ former President. He is the CEO of Dish Network and EchoStar Communications Corporation.

  • People will steal it if you don’t make it easy to buy it.
  • I believe it’s less risky long-term to embrace change.
  • When you deal with change, you have a couple choices: You can lead it and make the rules, or you can be a fast follower, or you can be a slow follower.
  • I care about our employees more than anybody in my company. I care about my kids, too, but that doesn’t mean I give them everything that they want.
  • Allowing your kids to watch TV doesn’t have to mean they have no choice but to see commercials for junk food and alcohol.
  • If the broadcasters were to win on their claims, they’d outlaw the DVR.
  • Ultimately, broadcasters and advertisers have to change the way they do business or they run the risk of linear TV becoming obsolete.
  • You either trust someone day one until they prove you wrong, or you say, ‘I don’t trust you until you show me I can trust you.’ I’m the latter.
  • I know this has been a frustrating several weeks for some of our customers.
  • Ultimately, broadcasters and advertisers have to change the way they do business or they run the risk of linear TV becoming obsolete.
  • When you deal with change, you have a couple choices: you can lead it and make the rules, or you can be a fast follower, or you can be a slow follower.
  • I care about our employees more than anybody in my company. I care about my kids, too, but that doesn’t mean I give them everything that they want.
  • You either trust someone day one until they prove you wrong, or you say, ‘I don’t trust you until you show me I can trust you.’ I’m the latter.
  • The world is changing… I don’t, as a consumer, want advertising that’s not relevant. If we’re going to take a side, let’s take the side of the consumer.