Laura Rittenhouse, an expert on candor in corporate communications and inventor of the Rittenhouse Rankings, gets candid on what she learned from the Oracle of Omaha.
LJ Rittenhouse will speak and sign book at several events at the 2017 Berkshire Hathaway Meeting Annual Meeting. Click the link above to learn more.
Wildly successful billionaires and millionaires are people with substantial net worth who inspire, support and contribute to others. I met many of them at Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting two weeks ago.
LJ Rittenhouse will be signing copies of Buffett’s Bites and Investing Between the Lines at two events during the 2016 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting this weekend in Omaha.
Wall Street Journal reporter Anupreeta Das quotes LJ Rittehouse in her February 28 article on Warren Buffett’s 2015 Shareholder Letter release entitled, Buffett – Politicians Dead Wrong on Economy February 28, 2016
Laura Rittenhouse is interviewed by Canada’s Business News Network (BNN) to discuss how the courage to invest in Candor can lead to higher stock returns.
Frances Horodelski of BNN, Canada’s only all-business and financial news television channel, interviews LJ Rittenhouse on the 2015 annual Berkshire Hathaway meeting and the importance of executive candor.
Warren Buffett once wrote to shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. that if he, his partner Charles Munger and his deputy Ajit Jain were ever on a sinking boat and only one of them could be saved, “Swim to Ajit.”
CEO Warren Buffett's recipe for business and life success is revealed in Berkshire Hathaway's 2014 annual report released last weekend. It’s simple: Culture + Leadership + Trust = Wealth
From a young age, Warren Buffett loved to count bottle caps, stamps, coins and golf balls. In later life he counted investment dollars and returns, both economic and market.