(A mass of stock traders are gathered in the background, silently watching Logan, Cerreta, and Fairlee)
Walter Fairlee: Marshall had a lot of international interests.
Phil Cerreta: And what about enemies?
Walter Fairlee: Well, ours is a competitive business.
Mike Logan: But everybody loved him, right?
Walter Fairlee: Everybody respected what he accomplished.
Phil Cerreta: Which was?
Walter Fairlee: Which was overcoming his humble beginnings and amassing a net worth in the hundreds of millions. This is a terrible moment for our company. (The morning trading bell sounds.) Excuse me. (The traders disperse and scramble furiously, answering ringing phones and shouting across the room)
Mike Logan: I guess the moment is over.