Monday, July 26

3G Capital

3G Capital, Big Box, Fast Food, Food, Kraft Heinz, Private Equity, Retail

Kraft Heinz employees say their budget was cut so much they had to bring their own coffee to work and could only spend $5 a year on office supplies

Kraft Heinz employees told Insider about the scant resources and high turnover. Cuts backed by private equity firm 3G Capital have forced employees to bring in their own coffee. Subscribe to read Insider's full story on Kraft Heinz's corporate culture. See more stories on Insider's business page. The merger of Kraft and Heinz brought lots of changes to the food company. But one of the most immediate was to employees' food options at the company's Chicago headquarters.Within a month of the merger closing in 2015, Kraft Heinz also removed fridges that held snacks for company employees. While it provided Keurig machines, the company d...
3G Capital, American Football, Berkshire Hathaway, Markets, MI Exclusive, Ndamukong Suh, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett allowed Ndamukong Suh to shadow him for several weeks. The NFL star shared his 3 key takeaways

Ndamukong Suh and Warren Buffett. CNBC NFL star Ndamukong Suh shadowed Warren Buffett for several weeks in 2010. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers player said every meeting was 100 times more valuable than a MBA. Suh's main takeaways were to keep things simple, focus on passions and people, and stay curious. See more stories on Insider's business page. Warren Buffett allowed Ndamukong Suh to shadow him for several weeks in 2010. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers star told the story of how he landed the gig, and detailed his three main takeaways, in a recent Twitter thread.Buffett was an honorary captain during Suh's senior game at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The famed investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO stopped by the locker room to greet the players, including Suh. The future NFL player t...