Monday, 26 October 2009

Recommended Reading List #38

Stories on world's richest man and chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett, have a habit regularly crop up in my searches for material on this blog, so I feel it's only appropriate that I finally give him a little bit of space.

The BBC's Evan Davis continues his rise up the journalism ranks with his characteristic ability to peel away the layers of complexity involved in big business and leadership as he undertakes a headline interview with the man.

Meanwhile Charles Miller fills in some of the information gaps which make Mr Buffett such a hugely respected and influential, but ultimately very human figure.

The invisible word underlying every example of success is 'commitment'.

1 comment:

  1. But Buffett has still got of a lot of stuff wrong so he's only human after all.

    And you, OJ, are making a superhuman effort to keep posting even when you are down the with the flu. We devoted followers salute you!

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