The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America Topics for Discussion

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Identify, list, and describe five or more subsidiary companies of Berkshire Hathaway that Buffett and Munger either control completely or maintain a partial investment interest.

Define, explain, and discuss Buffett's long-term economic goal for Berkshire and its shareholders.

Describe and discuss the significance of Ben Graham to Warren Buffett's method of stock acquisition.

Identify, list, and describe at least five of the most significant "owner-related business principles" that Buffett uses to guide Berkshire business operations and shareholder meetings.

Describe and characterize from inception to its current state of development the charitable contributions program Charlie Munger devised for the shareholders.

Describe and discuss the acquisition of Washington Post with respect to the significance between market value and intrinsic business value.

Identify, describe, and discuss characteristics of Mr. Market and his significance to Buffett's acquisition policy and practices.

Identify, describe, and discuss the significance of "efficient...

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