Warren Buffett (Millionaire and Philanthropist)
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Sub-subject: Warren Buffett (Businessperson. The United States). Syllabus:
- Warren Buffett (US tycoon and philanthropist)
- Berkshire Hathaway Company
- The donation of 99% of their wealth to philanthropy
Sample of the Sub-subject: Warren Buffett
Sub-Subject Description: US businessperson Warren Buffett (Millionaire and Philanthropist).
- Warren Edward Buffett (1930) is an
American business magnate, global investor, and philanthropist.
- He is the most successful investor of the 20th century.
- Buffett is the main shareholder, Chairperson, and Managing Director (CEO) of Berkshire Hathaway.
- He is one of the richest people in the World as well one of the most influential at a global level.
- Warren Buffett is Agnostic.
- From the point of view of their business vision; we can highlight two
features: a near obsession in what he calls “value investing” and austerity, being one of the richest men in the World has recently stated that he has a salary of 100,000 USD.
- Warren Buffett has pledged to donate 99% of their wealth to philanthropy, notabily through the “Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.”
- Buffett became a millionaire in 1962 by acquiring the shares of the textile company: Berkshire Hathaway, later he sold them obtaining
- In 1988, Buffett bought 7% of Coca-Cola. Currently, has nearly 20%.
- In 2009, he purchased a railway company for 44,000 million dollars.
- Warren Buffett also has 15% shares of Wells Fargo, 10% of American Express, 9% of Procter and Gamble, 6% of Kraft Foods, 5% of IBM, 3% of Wal-Mart
- Warren Buffett and Bill Gates founded
EENI wishes to recognise their philanthropic vision and their invaluable commitment to society.
Ethics and business