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Profits. Not hidden in the jungle.

“This commitment to customer service is what distinguishes Amazon.com from their competitors. I think that the company is fairly priced considering its huge growth rates which are likely to continue for years to come.” 1,920 more words


Richard Branson: Virgin

Richard Branson went from academic under-performer to being the first serial entrepreneur to create eight $8 billion businesses (and many other successful ventures too). He is an adventurer, a risk taker, and a visionary. 742 more words


Warren Buffett Says He Is More Likely to Buy IBM Shares Than Sell

Warren Buffett, chairman and chief executive of conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway, said Monday he would be more likely to buy than to sell IBM shares over the next two years, and that he did not seek to profit from global central bank actions. 387 more words


Warren Buffet's Home Builder Denies Charges of Racism

Clayton Homes, the mobile home unit of Warren Buffett‘s Berkshire Hathaway , said it is seeing an upturn in activity even as it defends against accusations its lending practices harm borrowers and can be racist. 349 more words


Buffett on Reinsurance

Just a post to keep some notes on reinsurance to self.

The Berkshire Shareholders meeting had little in terms on new content though it was good to see that both Charlie and Warren razor sharp as ever. 360 more words

Warren Buffett Bashes Hedge Funds at Annual Meeting

Warren Buffett nibbled on sweets during his presentation to shareholders on Saturday but he took a bite out of hedge fund managers.

The storied stockpicker—speaking at a table festooned with Berkshire Hathaway -owned See’s Candies at the conglomerate’s annual shareholder meeting – suggested that “supposedly sophisticated people” and institutions are being fleeced by hedge funds and their backers. 316 more words