[Lexology (registration)] - With business coalescing around the need for a deal, while not endorsing any specific plan, Warren Buffet warned last week that it is quite possible the U.S. will go off the fiscal cliff “for a short period of time.” Buffett said the outcome of the
[The Guardian (blog)] - In 2010, Steyer and his wife signed the Giving Pledge started by Bill Gates and Warren Buffet to encourage American billionaires to give half their fortune to charity. "Even the richest Americans have a responsibility to their society and their fellow
[IBTimes.co.uk] - Taxi operators buying the Warren Buffet-backed company's electricity-powered e6 model have the option to pay the full amount in six instalments. They can enter into a rental agreement with a financing firm or a third party owner and become the owner of
[Financial Times (blog)] - The contract is a welcome piece of good news for BYD, in which fabled investor Warren Buffet has a per cent stake. Profits have tumbled in the past few years and on Monday the company said its profits fell 94 per cent in the third quarter and
[Stockopedia] value investor, Ken Fisher, whose stock picking strategy is also tracked by Stockopedia. Among Philip Fisher's most famous admirers is the world's most successful investor Warren Buffet, who once claimed he was '85% [Benjamin] Graham and 15% Fisher'.
[Superyachts.com] - In 1986, fractional private jet ownership company NetJets was founded by Richard Santulli, becoming pioneers in the fractional ownership revolution. Today NetJets - owned by Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway multinational since has a fleet of
[The Wharf] - If they read biographies of "successful" people like Warren Buffet, Richard Branson and Bill Gates, mixed with garish self-help guides, you can be certain you're in the presence of a psychopath. I'm dubious of self-help books at the best of times. I
[Politics.co.uk] - It's been a rout," Warren Buffet said. We take that as read. The distribution of wealth and income has increasingly congealed at the top. Trickle down degenerated to aneurysm. Roughly, there is a limit to the capacity for real consumption by the very rich.
Warren Buffet is my favourite example of this. He still lives in the same home he purchased in and in general has focused on investing his money not buying luxury items – even though mansions, yachts and fancy cars would ...