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Berkshire Beyond Buffett: The Enduring Value of Values Hardcover – October 21, 2014
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"An invaluable read for entrepreneurs, business leaders, investors, managers and anyone wanting to learn more about corporate stewardship."
"Fascinating look at Berkshire as an institution."
(Liz Claman, Fox Business News)
“Fascinating . . . biography of both Buffett and Berkshire.”
(Don Dion, Seeking Alpha)
"An extraordinary portrait of Berkshire Hathaway, told through the companies’ distinct stories and the vital values like integrity, autonomy, entrepreneurship and a sense of permanence that they, and Buffett, share."
(David Slocum, Forbes)
"A great deep dive into Berkshire that breaks ground by showing Buffett to be an exceptional manager, and not just a legendary investor."
"An absolute must read for financial advisors."
(Nick Murray, Financial Advisor Magazine)
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Inside view of Berkshire Hathaway based on interviews with dozens of top managers and board members.
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Cunningham provides excellent insights into the underpinnings of this enormous enterprise and why we might expect reasonable returns to perpetuate beyond Buffett. Shareholders possessing any doubts should be encouraged to pick up a copy of this enjoyable read to gain probing understanding and reassurance of the depth of the Berkshire bench. Cunningham explains in digestible prose the organic forces at play lead by autonomous subsidiary management groups which almost certainly will assure continued success at Berkshire. The book also provides unique insights on the qualitative underpinnings of a 'Berkshire' business and helps the reader understand why these subsidiary companies possess the ability to outperform their peers. The book provides unique business insights on many different levels, but it serves best in helping the Berkshire Shareholder eliminate doubt about their Berkshire investment after Buffett and Munger are no longer with the company. (It might also serve the less patient as a preview of Buffett & Munger's widely anticipated vision on what they anticipate Berkshire will become over the next fifth (50) years expected to be released at this year's annual meeting.)
Anyone who is interested in detailed info, this is the book to read. Well done.