Warren Buffett
Cómo la guerra de EE.UU. contra los semiconductores taiwaneses podría beneficiar a Japón

En abril, el líder de Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett, declaró a Nikkei que la tensión geopolítica entre Estados Unidos y China fue “ciertamente una consideración” en su decisión de desinvertir en Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.

How the US war on Taiwanese semiconductors might benefit Japan

In April, Berkshire Hathaway’s leader Warren Buffett told Nikkei that the geopolitical tension between the United States and China was “certainly a consideration” in his decision to divest from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC)

Rail workers’ struggle shows the power of the organized working class

If rail workers went on strike, freight rail across the country would be paralyzed. The working class holds enormous power when it is organized and willing to fight.

What Warren Buffett knows that you don’t – Part 3

Warren Buffett’s smartest investment is not in any manufacturing or service company, but in several insurance businesses

What Buffett knows that you don’t – Part 2

Although the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway claims that markets work perfectly everywhere else, his own investment practices show that he has benefited from the inherent inefficiency and chaotic nature of the market system