(May 1, 2015) The management philosophy of Warren Buffett Berkshire Hathaway grows out of the same insight: that intangible values such as thrift or autonomy can translate into economic gain. Berkshire’s subsidiaries run businesses and adopt approaches that turn traits like reputation and a sense of permanence into constituent satisfaction and managerial flexibility that bolsters financial... Continue Reading →
(May 3, 2014) Warren Buffett explains how Berkshire Hathaway has gained the trust of the companies it’s bought over the years.
(May 3, 2014) Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett explains why he thinks publishing executive compensation seldom benefits shareholders.
(May 4, 2013) Warren Buffett discusses how getting women into leadership positions involves changing the messages society sends women.
(May 4, 2013) Warren Buffett explains why he’s confident Berkshire’s strong culture will remain firmly entrenched after he’s gone.
(May 3, 2003) When Warren Buffett considers buying a company, he looks for managers with a passion for and a long-term commitment to their businesses.
(May 5, 1997) Warren #Buffett and Charlie #Munger elaborate the filters they used in picking stocks. Charlie Munger states that he considers opportunity cost in selecting the best stocks in his portfolio. Warren Buffett continued to describe the competitive strength of a business as well as the management team of the business. At the end,... Continue Reading →
(April 25, 1994) Warren Buffett explains the main two factors he looks at when evaluating a company’s management.