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  2. Susan Alice Buffett - Wikipedia

    Susan Alice Buffett (born July 30, 1953) is an American philanthropist who is the daughter of Warren Buffett.Her charitable work has focused largely on the Sherwood Foundation, formerly known as the Susan A. Buffett Foundation, an organization in Omaha that provides grants in public education, human services and social justice in the interest of promoting the welfare of children from lower ...

  3. The Susan T. Buffett Foundation has offered scholarships to college students in Nebraska for over 50 years. Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to first-time freshman entering college who live in Nebraska, graduate from a Nebraska high school (or GED) with plans to attend a Nebraska public college, and demonstrate financial need.

  4. Warren Buffett - Wikipedia

    In 1952, Buffett married Susan Thompson at Dundee Presbyterian Church. The next year they had their first child, Susan Alice. In 1954, Buffett accepted a job at Benjamin Graham's partnership. His starting salary was $12,000 a year (about $121,000 today). There he worked closely with Walter Schloss. Graham was a tough boss.

  5. Becoming Warren Buffett (2017) - IMDb

    Becoming Warren Buffett: Directed by Peter W. Kunhardt. With Saul Bisht, Susie Buffet Jr., Bertie Buffet, Howie Buffet. The legendary investor started out as an ambitious, numbers-obsessed boy from Nebraska and ended up becoming one of the richest and most respected men in the world.

  6. Warren Buffett | Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

    Warren and his late wife, Susan Thompson Buffett, raised three children: Susie, Howard, and Peter. Now married to Astrid Menks Buffett, Warren lives and works in his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska. The impact of [Warren’s] prodigious generosity is hard to quantify. Even harder to quantify is how his values have permeated the foundation’s culture.

  7. How to Invest Like Warren Buffett | Morningstar

    Warren Buffett discusses why he keeps cash on hand, warns of "bloviated bull," and explains why he's not a stock-picker. 2020 Shareholder Letter Recap: Warren Buffett on Bonds, Buybacks, and Apple

  8. Warren Buffett Has Now Given Record $48 Billion To Charity

    The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation, founded by the Oracle’s late wife, received shares worth roughly $300 million, while three other charitable organizations set up by his three children ...

  9. Bill Gates Still Moved To Tears By Warren Buffett ... - Benzinga

    The CEO then donated 11,003,166 Class B shares to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, 1,100,316 to the Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation, and 770,218 shares each to the Sherwood Foundation ...

  10. Warren Buffett Biography: 6 Important Achievements - World ...

    Established Buffett Partnership Ltd. A few years after graduate school, Buffett successfully secured a job at the firm of his mentor Benjamin Graham. Shortly after, he went on to found Buffett Parntership Ltd. Beginning with three partnerships in 1957, Buffett put in the hours day in, day out; and by 1960, his firm could boast of seven ...

  11. Susan Cain: Why introverts can be great leaders - CNBC

    Best-selling author Susan Cain says that's a mistake. ... Warren Buffett, a self-described introvert famous for sitting out on market bubbles that often suck in other investors, who has stated as ...