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5 life-changing lessons from Warren Buffett's favorite business book

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Few people living today have a name as synonymous with success as legendary investor Warren Buffett.

Famous for making near-perfect bets on businesses since the 1940s, Buffett is a seemingly permanent presence on lists of the planet’s richest people, as well as one of the most charitable businesspeople in modern history. 483 more words

Money Matters

The Pentagon Highlands Forum

Now that Trump has pragmatically acquiesced to the dark side of foreign policy and abandoned the nationalistic promises made during his quixotic campaign, we should become familiar with our new neocon masters. 484 more words

Foreign Policy Disasters

5 life-changing lessons from Warren Buffett's favorite business book

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

Few people living today have a name as synonymous with success as legendary investor Warren Buffett.

Famous for making near-perfect bets on businesses since the 1940s, Buffett is a seemingly permanent presence on lists of the planet’s richest people, as well as one of the most charitable businessperson in modern history. 483 more words

Money Matters

Enron, Ethics and Systems Theory

Enron’s 64 page Code of Ethics was prefaced with a letter from founder Kenneth Lay in which he proclaimed the organization is “responsible for conducting the business affairs of the Company in accordance with all applicable laws and in a moral and honest manner (TSG, n.d). 895 more words

Ethics

Scandals and Company Culture

Years ago a court judge in New Zealand was convicted of expenses fraud, the judge’s defense was that he hadn’t understood what the forms required. The public reaction was disbelief; either he just thought he could get away with it or he was too stupid to be a judge. 659 more words

Editorial

The Fine Line Between Smart and Heinous: "Enron: the Smartest Guys in the Room"

Hello, internet. Welcome to the first post of my second topic: documentaries. I’m planning on doing both movies and miniseries; I’ve been planning out posts for “Making a Murderer” and Leah Remini’s Scientology series (though, the latter might be difficult, as it is getting at least one more season). 2,253 more words

Dame Uta

Our final requirement in Bank Accounting is to do a case study about the Enron Corporation.  Thanks to my groupmates, we successfully made to defend this study.  15 more words

Case Study