Warren Buffett

"I have a disproportionate amount of money to share."
Oxfam's latest report on global inequality revealed staggering disparities in wealth.
The next time you tell yourself that you'll sleep when you're dead, realize that you're making a decision that can make that
"The male dominance in the poorest societies is mind-blowing."
Buffett taught me that if one wishes to build wealth they should build businesses and that makes sense. The average S&P 500 company has a yield of about 1.5% after all, so if you were aiming to earn an income of say $100,000 per year you would need about $1.66 million worth of stock to earn that through dividend.
The five things you need to know on Tuesday May 3, 2016… 1) COUNTDOWN CONUNDRUM The papers are full of Leicester City’s remarkable
Larry Ellison was sent into his Aunt's care after contracting pneumonia SEE ALSO: 5 Times Angela Merkel Showed The World
The article describes companies which have chosen to have a limited or even non-existent press or PR department, and which do not hire external agencies. Instead, the CEOs of these firms choose to communicate with journalists directly.
5 year period scenario 3 year period scenario SPIROS MARGARIS - THE BRAVE STEP The Win-Win Fee Model is a new intuitive fee
My midlife reinvention from office-bound executive to dynamic media entrepreneur has, predictably, not been easy but it has been incredibly inspiring and life-affirming. Yet this morning a friend raised the ugly possibility that it was all doomed - because of my birth certificate.
Capitalism is indeed in crisis today. We need a way forward. This requires that our gleeful bashers take a breath and back off. For this to happen, free marketeers need to step up.
People have a tremendous capacity to be motivated by stories. Politicians are aware of this and so often make them up in an attempt to communicate their ideas. This is a massive problem inhibiting rational dialogue in political debates.
In 2023 when Prometheus's Peter Weyland declares that 'we are the gods now', his Nietzchean statement will be met with the
Award-winning author Mark Haddon - who brought us The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime - has spoken out about
Books with titles like Change Your Life in 7 Days, while superficially attractive, have nothing to do with the reality of building success through the years and decades. While it feels great to be inspired by a book or a motivational seminar, these pumped-up moments tell us nothing about how we bring desired things into being across a lifetime.
Channel 4 News and its savant, cherished anchor Jon Snow threw out a seasonal challenge yesterday: who changed the world in 2011?