WAR­REN BUF­FETT

(1930– ) chair­man of Berk­shire Hath­away (1970)

Forbes - - FORBES 100TH ANNIVERSARY -

“Buf­fett is not a sim­ple per­son, but he has sim­ple tastes. He buys a stock for sim­ple, ba­sic rea­sons: not tor­tu­ous or so­phis­ti­cated ones.

His stocks, you might say, are sort of like Omaha.” —“The Money Man” (Novem­ber 1, 1969)

Patented in the U.S. by engi­neer Don­ald Wet­zel, the elec­tronic bank­ing equip­ment known as the au­to­mated teller ma­chine— or Atm—de­buts in Amer­ica.

APRIL 1, 1969 “Gourmet Din­ing: A Fad Be­comes Big Busi­ness”

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