Thursday, July 29


Berkshire Hathaway, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bureaucracy, corporate strategy, Management, Mark Suzman, Markets, MI Exclusive, Philanthropy, Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett warned the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s CEO about the’ABCs.’ The investor has flagged those threats before

Warren Buffett and Bill Gates. Reuters/Jason Lee Warren Buffett warned the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's CEO about the "ABCs" last year. The investor sees arrogance, bureaucracy, and complacency as major threats to large organizations. Buffett, who has gifted $33 billion to the foundation, once called the ABCs "corporate cancers." See more stories on Insider's business page. Warren Buffett told the CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation that the greatest threats to the philanthropic behemoth were cockiness, red tape, and self-satisfaction. The billionaire investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO, who has gifted a total of $33 billion to the foundation and resigned as its trustee in June, has warned about those forces in the past.Mark Suzman took charge of the Gates Foundation ...
burnout, Contributor, contributor 2019, Inc., Leadership, Management, Nordic, Strategy, Stress, Work, workplace safety

3 ways leaders can help ease workplace stress and avoid employee burnout

Reports of burnout, stress, and loneliness levels are high as employees continue working from home. Improving these conditions and rebuilding psychological safety will require leaders to step up. Show gratitude for your employees, check-in frequently, and build resilience into the workforce. See more stories on Insider's business page. The crisis is subsiding, but its wounds run deep. For all the heroic efforts of employees to keep companies operating, the past 16-plus months have left a powerful psychological scar.A recent Workhuman survey of more than 3,000 US workers reveals a workforce in trouble. The data shows 48% of employee...
Berkshire Hathaway, Charlie Munger, Management, Markets, MI Exclusive, Pandemic, Remote Work, Stocks, Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger knocked Robinhood, discussed the Archegos fiasco, and reflected on their friendship in a CNBC interview

Warren Buffett. CNBC Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger took part in a CNBC interview that aired on Tuesday night. The billionaire investors criticized Robinhood and Archegos, and reflected on their friendship. Buffett and Munger also discussed remote working and the lessons they took from the pandemic. See more stories on Insider's business page. Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger discussed their iconic friendship, their key business principles, and what makes Berkshire Hathaway unique in "Buffett & Munger: A Wealth of Wisdom," a CNBC program filmed after the Berkshire annual meeting in May and aired on Tuesday night.The Berkshire Hathaway chairman and vice-chairman also commented on the meltdown of Archegos Capital, the current state of financial markets, the remote-working trend...