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Besides his memoir, Mr. Greenberg wrote “Memos From the Chairman” (1996), a collection of his good-natured, idiosyncratic notes to employees, including admonitions to conserve electricity, promptly answer calls from the boss and never throw away paper clips.“The time to stop stupidity and be tough on costs is when times are good,” he wrote. “Any schlemiel and most schlamozels try to cut costs when times are bad.”(A schlemiel is the guy who spills his soup at the big wedding; a schlamozel is the guy he spills it on.)