So it's not about the deficit after all.
When most people think of estate planning, they think of creating wills and trusts to distribute their financial assets. If our legacy is to be lasting, we must preserve and perpetuate our values as well.
Dairy Queen has just opened its largest-ever restaurant -- in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.Open as of this week, it's one of three Riyadh DQs set to launch before the end of June.
Measurement of the environmental aspects of a business is equivalent to an x-ray or CAT scan to find the maladies in a business system and supply chain which can be addressed and cured.
For Warren Buffet and me, giving feels really good, because the truth is, we receive more than the supposed recipient. This thing we call "love of humankind," philanthropy, infuses our whole being with love of self.
Too Big To Fail isn't the story of how the Three Musketeers (Paulson, Bernanke, and Geithner) saved the global economy. It's a story of how the three didn't see the financial crisis coming.
The rich get richer for many reasons, but one is that they take a long-term view about their money. You don't hear Warren Buffett yelling, "It's my money and I want it now."
It's easy to like Warren Buffett. No financier has as long a track record or has garnered so much good press for so long as he has. Suddenly that's changed.
David Sokol's actions have also unfairly impugned the reputation of Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett.
Pamela Shifman, Director of Initiatives for Women and Girls at the NoVo Foundation, discusses the status of women, philanthropic investment, her advice to President Obama, and much more.
Why are we only celebrating the "big dogs" as philanthropists? Does it always come down to money?
I've spent nearly 30 years around the financial business. I've known a lot of "paper gurus" who can talk a decent game but really don't practice what they preach.
Every young person should have the benefit of learning what is involved in the business basics of buying, selling and working with customers.
New rule: When the media reports on a screwup at Berkshire Hathaway, it can no longer call it a "rare mark" on Warren Buffett's sterling reputation. A...
Warren Buffett may be more diligent when he plays cards than in enforcing the policies he wrote for Berkshire Hathaway. Principles only matter when they are inconvenient. A policy that isn't enforced isn't a policy.