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Book notes: Insights from Warren Buffett in Gillian Zoe Segal’s Getting There: A Book of Mentors.  (Huffington Post)

These Stocks Beat Buffett's Top Holdings 4-To-1

Warren Buffett's investing strategy is simple: find companies worth investing in forever. Buffett has been quoted as saying he likes to buy stock in businesses that are, "so wonderful an

China’s Buffett Wannabes Head to Omaha

Warren Buffett has a global fan base, and hundreds of them travel from countries such as South Africa, Germany and India to Omaha every May to listen to the billionaire investor and his partner, Charlie Munger, speak at the Berkshire Hathaway Inc. annual meeting.

Proof: You Can Invest Better Than Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett's investing strategy is simple: find companies worth investing in forever. Buffett has been quoted as saying he likes to buy stock in businesses that are, "so wonderful an

Breakingviews: Warren Buffett, Italian-Style

Exor, the holding company of the Agnelli family, is looking to do a deal that could provide it with Bekshire Hathaway-like stable cash flows.

House Republicans Hand Warren Buffett Big Win On Expensive Loans To The Poor

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- House Republicans approved a set of lucrative perks for Warren Buffett on Tuesday, passing legislation to help his mobile home empire secure government protections on high-interest loans to poor people. Buffett, the world's third-richest man, is by far the biggest operator in the mobile home industry. Show More Summary

How Spanx Got Me an Interview With Warren Buffett (It's Not What You Think)

While working on my book, Getting There: A Book of Mentors, I found myself at a charity event with business legend Warren Buffett. The idea for Getting There was that leaders in a broad variety of fields would share their secrets to navigating the rocky road to the top, so I of course desperately wanted Buffett to participate. Show More Summary

7 Stocks Warren Buffett Loves — And You Should, Too

Warren Buffett is one of the most successful investors of all time. He's also famous for living modestly (he still occupies a very middle class home in Omaha and drives an older vehicle) and investing in products that can be easily understood by anyone. (That's enough to make any Wise Bread reader...

Yacht deductions and fancy meals: How the rich rake in government handouts

Mitt Romney did at least do us the favor of putting a face to legal tax avoidance for rich people. Warren Buffett's line about his secretary paying a higher tax rate than he does has become pretty famous, and many people know that what he's referring to is that investment income is taxed at a lower rate than the income we work to earn. Show More Summary

Elizabeth Warren on Warren Buffett Calling Her ‘Angry’: Should I ‘Smile More’ at Banks?

6 days agoNews : Mediaite

Last month, billionaire investor Warren Buffett said Senator Elizabeth Warren is far too "angry" at Wall Street and should tone it down. Warren responded with some light mockery during a speech last night.

House Republicans Want To Hand Warren Buffett Bigger Profits On Loans To Poor People

WASHINGTON -- House Republicans are set to deliver a major favor to Warren Buffett next week, days after a devastating expose detailed consumer abuses in his corporate empire. And many Democrats seem willing to help the world's third-richest...Show More Summary

Thursday Links: Buffett, Chicago/Illinois, Atlanta Teachers

Here are today’s topics, in no particular order: (1) Warren Buffett, the Greedy Grandfather of Omaha:  Joe Nocera had a puff piece in the New York Times last March invitingly called  How Warren Buffett Does It, discussing the magic of Buffett’s “value … Continue reading ? The post Thursday Links: Buffett, Chicago/Illinois, Atlanta Teachers appeared first on Dollars & Sense Blog.

What Makes Warren Buffett Such A Great Boss

Fred Kiel discusses the qualities possessed by Warren Buffet that make him a successful boss. Watch the video here. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

The tragedy of the trailer park: Warren Buffett's Clayton Homes accused of preying on the poor

When he bought the giant mobile home manufacturing company, many thought it was the start of a new era in prefab.

The 18 most exclusive golf clubs in the US

Many golf clubs make people jump through hoops to even be considered for membership. These places attract the 1% and have become popular among the rich and famous, like Warren Buffett and Justin Timberlake. In c onjunction with thisShow More Summary

Want A Self-Driving Car? Stock Up On The Dramamine

Here’s a long-term market play to make Warren Buffett proud: if self-driving cars end up on the road sooner than later, budding Buffetts might start eying the stock of Prestige Brands Holdings, one of the biggest marketers of the over-the-counter motion-sickness drug Dramamine. How are Dramamine and autonomous cars connected? A [...]

The most important thing Warren Buffett looks for in job candidates

When Warren Buffett considers hiring an executive for his company Berkshire Hathaway, he assesses their intelligence and drive. But more importantly, he said at a talk at the Ivey Business School in late February, he judges that person's...Show More Summary

How Warren Buffett defines success

When Warren Buffett was 25 years old, he had accumulated about $2 million in today's dollars. He had achieved his childhood goal of assured financial independence. Everything after that, he explained in a talk at Ivey Business School...Show More Summary

Warren Buffett just bought some industrial paint (AXTA, BRKA, BRKB)

Warren Buffett just bought a big stake in an industrial paint and coatings company. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway announced on Tuesday that it's buying 20 million shares of Axalta Coating Systems from affiliates of Carlyle Group for $560 million, or $28 per share. Show More Summary

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