I don't like you well enough to want your company.
Even so, I never thought she really wanted her company to have nothing but women.
She'd wanted company, even if only for a moment or two.
Somebody out there got into space ahead of us and doesn't want company.
Jack decided he didn't want this woman's company for even a second.
After twenty years she could tell when I didn't want company.
"I want my company to stay in business and do well," she said.
"If you want more company, we can always make some."
If clients wanted simple company, and in a group rather than alone, well, the common room was the best place for that.
Wouldn't it be so much easier just to call up friends when he wanted company and have them come over?