For the third consecutive year, Mary Buffett and David Clark have written the BusinessWeek read-along guide to the legendary investor, The Most Important Thing in the World: The Difference Between Success and Failure. This time, he's going to share his most important management secrets with you. Don't let his success go to your head, though--he's not afraid to tell you what he really thinks. In this second edition of The Most Important Thing, Warren Buffett tells his own version of the story of his life, starting from his birth on the sunny plains of Omaha to today's investment empire. This book is a fascinating and revealing look at Buffett's life and business decisions, including his thoughts on the formation of his investment partnership in 1965 (when he was just 31 years old), how to capture the value of others, and how to structure an organization to be productive. This guide to the most important person in the world is the ultimate business book on Buffett, and will make you a better investment manager, business leader, and investor.
The First Book on Warren Buffett continues the success of its predecessor, The Most Important Thing in the World, which has been read by well over one million people. The First Book on Warren Buffett 827ec27edc