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Lawrence A. Cunningham is well-known to Berkshire shareholders and other followers of Warren Buffett. A business law professor and consultant based in New York City and Washington DC, his acclaimed books include The Essays of Warren Buffett, which Buffett calls the “gold standard” in books of the genre, and Berkshire Beyond Buffett, both of which Buffett has designated for sale inside the ... Read more on Lawrence A. Cunningham
Warren Buffett distills investment success into three words — “margin of safety” — and tells investors to take one of two approaches: either focus on value or buy an index fund. Buffett, the ...Read more
Harvard Law School Forum
Warren Buffett spoke from the front row about director stewardship: “As a stockholder, I’m really only interested in the board accomplishing two ends. One is to get a first class manager and the ...Read more
The Motley Fool
Twenty years ago, a small circle of investors and academics gathered in New York to listen to Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. Here are 12 of the best Warren Buffett quotes ...Read more
Yahoo Finance News
Twenty years ago, a young investor named Bill Ackman made an astute observation about indexation to investing legend Charlie Munger.
“We’ve heard a lot of discussion about how institutions and ...
The Rational Walk (blog)
“I would say that more dumb acquisitions are made in the name of strategic plans than any other. I would be very wary if a board went through some elaborate process where a strategic plan was ...Read more
"The words of the master investor"Read more