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Investor and businessman Warren Buffett stunned the world when he announced he was giving most of his fortune to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Charlie Rose is the only broadcast journalist with access to Buffett and Gates on their friendship which resulted in this historic announcement. In this three part series, we'll hear about Warren Buffet: the Man, the Business, and the Gift.
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    • Ricardo
    • Aventura, FL, United States
    • 12-06-10

    Worth the wait

    Audio quality ok, content excellent, learned much from the conversations, focus is the key to success, but not just any old focus

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    • William
    • SALEM, OREGON, United States
    • 03-25-13

    Three part interview with Warren Buffett and other

    Would you listen to Warren Buffett again? Why?

    Yes, I have, and will again. Warren Buffett is a hero of mine... not just for his business acumen, but also as a teacher and a philanthropist. It is good to listen to this as a primer on the man, the business, and his views on philanthropy (and why he does not consider himself to be a great philanthropist... because even tho his gift is the largest ever in dollar terms, he points out that it did not impact his life... that a better philanthropist is the single mom that gives a few dollars or some of her time, and as a result it means she is not able to go out to eat or to a movie one evening... a gift of sacrifice).

    Who was your favorite character and why?

    Warren Buffett... he is a hero of mine, and I enjoy him sharing his wisdom.

    Have you listened to any of the narrator’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    Yes I have... his other interviews on Charlie Rose, as well as on CNBC and some of his speeches. This one is roughly average with the others...:)