(February 25, 2019) After Warren Buffett released his 2019 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Letter on February 23, 2019. Warren #Buffett accepted an television interview discussing a wide variety of topics ranging from investing strategy, Apple, Kraft Heinz, Oracle, Berkshire Hathaway Annual Letter, General Electrics, succession plan, corporate culture of Berkshire Hathaway, income inequality, etc.
(February 14, 2019) CNBC's Becky Quick interviews the legendary investor Charlie Munger. In this excerpt, Munger gives his take on the national debt and what he thinks of Amazon's Jeff Bezo's handling of the National Enquirer situation.
(May 5, 2018) Warren Buffett discusses his hopes for the Berkshire-Amazon-JPMorgan healthcare venture announced in January. The three companies plan to find ways to deliver quality healthcare at lower prices for their collective employees – and hope their model can improve U.S. healthcare as a whole.
(May 5, 2018) Warren Buffett defends his earlier remarks on CNBC that he wouldn’t pressure Berkshire subsidiaries to divest from gun-related businesses.
(May 7, 2018) Susie Buffett discusses how her father, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett, raised her growing up. Both also weighed in on the pay gap between men and women.
(February 29, 2016) Two days after releasing his annual letter to shareholders, Warren #Buffett appears live for three hours on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” Among the topics covered: Donald Trump’s campaign slogan, Apple’s fight with the FBI over iPhone privacy, and a contrarian argument that lower oil prices hurt the economy over time. He also reveals... Continue Reading →
(February 29, 2016) Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway CEO, cites examples of how robots could improve people's lives. Just think of how well people could live, says Buffett.
(May 2, 2015) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger explain the shortcomings of Dodd-Frank, the financial reform legislation that was passed in 2010 in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.
(May 4, 2013) Warren Buffett discusses how getting women into leadership positions involves changing the messages society sends women.
(November 26, 2012) Warren #Buffett of #Berkshire Hathaway and Carol Loomis, author of "Tap Dancing to Work," discuss Buffett's political views, career decisions, and philanthropic efforts.
(May 2, 2012) Warren Buffett outlines the "Buffett Rule," which was part of a tax plan proposed by President Obama in 2011. The rule would raise tax rates on the extremely wealthy.
(June 2, 2010) Warren Buffett testified at a hearing before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. Commission member Peter Wallison asked Buffett several good questions and got very good answers.
(May 1, 2010) Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett and Vice-Chairman Charlie Munger outlines the actions he would take if he were in charge of regulating the financial industry.
(May 2, 2009) Warren Buffett describes the principles he would teach if he were in charge of educating business students about investing.
(May 6, 2006) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger discuss the probability of a nuclear attack and the necessity of electing leaders who work to minimize this risk.
(April 30, 2005) Warren Buffett criticizes the inequality in American public schools and explains why “a good public school system is like virginity.”
(May 1, 2004) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger of Berkshire Hathaway give their respective views on foreign workers coming to the United States.
(April 28, 2001) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger talk about giving children a good financial education — and the importance of also teaching them that “life is more than being shrewd at passive wealth accumulation.”
(April 28, 2001) Warren #Buffett of #Berkshire Hathaway criticizes business schools for failing to teach students how to value businesses, which he sees as the foundation and heart of investing.
(May 4, 1998) A shareholder asked Warren #Buffett to comment on the efficient Market Theory, which states that you cannot outperform market for a long period of time. Warren Buffett says that the academia imagines the cutting-edge idea and learn theory with mathematics. They have lots of ego and hard to back off with what... Continue Reading →
(May 4, 1998) Warren #Buffett predicts that the political campaign spending will continue to increase. Businesses compete to raise their voice in the legislation process, and this trend will likely to continue.
(May 5, 1997) Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway Vice-Chairman Charlie Munger give their views on a “fair” capital gains tax rate and the responsibility a society has to provide for its less privileged citizens.
(May 6, 1996) Warren #Buffett and Charlie Munger addressed the importance of capitalism at the 1996 #Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting. Capitalism rewards producers despite it generates wealth inequalities.
(May 1, 1995) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger say business and investing are a whole lot simpler than business schools and consultants try to make them.