The legendary investor Warren Buffett tried to buy a $3 billion stake in Uber earlier this year through his company, Berkshire Hathaway, Bloomberg News’ Eric Newcomer and Olivia Zaleski reported Wednesday. Continue reading Warren Buffett reportedly tried to invest $3 billion in Uber
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase & Co. have agreed to work together to provide healthcare for their employees that is “free from profit-making incentives and constraints.”
You’ve heard of people like Elon Musk and Jeff Immelt (General Electric CEO). Reading about them leads us to assume that business greatness requires little sleep and even less time with loved ones. Immelt, for example, has worked.
In the article “Malcolm Gladwell Got Us Wrong,” the researchers behind the 10,000-Hour Rule set the record straight: Different fields require different amounts of deliberate practice in order for someone to become world-class.
Known for his frumpy appearance, it’s not obvious at first glance that Warren Buffett is today worth more than $65 billion. Sure, he runs a multinational holding company Berkshire Hathaway and has a golden touch with stock picks, but Buffett prefers Cherry Cokes to booze, lives in the same house he’d bought in Omaha for $31,500 in 1958 and celebrated his second marriage by dining at a chain restaurant. He’s also pledged to give away the majority of his fortune during his lifetime.
Anyone in the business world offering help is going to charge for their services, and while it’s always nice to hear from our friends and family, they generally aren’t experts themselves.