The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America Characters

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Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett is the Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and author of the essays compiled by Lawrence Cunningham in this book. Buffett's essays comprise the core content for a symposium and the standard text for Cunningham and other instructors' course in business practices. Warren Buffet begins his professional investing career with Ben Graham and David Dodd at Graham-Newman. Buffett is the general partner of Buffett Partnership, Ltd, the partnership that he uses to acquire Berkshire in 1964 when it is a non-union southern textile plant he thinks has a competitive advantage in the industry. Buffett considers Ben Graham his mentor, and his personal goal is the implementation of Graham's value investing model.

Warren Buffett's writing shows him to be a modest, self-effacing, gracious, and considerate successful billion-dollar manager. Warren and his partner Charlie Munger together build Berkshire from its humble roots as a textile company into the $70 plus billion...

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