1. What did Buffett and Charlie Munger do together, which led to the creation of this book?
Buffett and Charlie Munger created Berkshire from humble roots as a textile company to a $70 million holding company in Omaha.
2. What is the content of this book often used for, according to the author?
The content of this book is often used for core of a symposium and as the standard text for Cunningham's course in business practices at Cardozo School of Law.
3. What happened as the result of Buffett following the advice of Ben Graham and David Dodd?
Following the advice of Graham and Dodd, Buffett acquired Berkshire in 1964 with a book value per share of $19.46 and this share value increased to $40,000 per share just thirty years later.
4. What did Berkshire Hathaway become in the 1990s after its humble beginnings in the years before?
Berkshire Hathaway became a holding company that owns insurance and other leading business interests, though it excluded textiles.
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