By Janet Lowe
Compliment for rattling Right!
From the writer of the bestselling WARREN BUFFETT SPEAKS. . .
"Charlie Munger, whose acceptance is deep and huge, in keeping with a rare list of brilliantly winning enterprise concepts, sees issues that others don't. there's a approach to his mastery and, via this ebook, we get an opportunity to benefit approximately this infrequent individual." -MICHAEL EISNER, Chairman and CEO, The Walt Disney Company
"Janet Lowe uncovers the iconoclastic genius and refined allure at the back of Charlie Munger's curmudgeonly facade during this richly woven portrait of our era's inheritor to Ben Franklin. With a biographer's detachment, an historian's thoroughness, and a monetary writer's good judgment, Lowe produces a riveting account of the kin, own, and enterprise lifetime of the idiosyncratically advanced and ceaselessly interesting figure." -LAWRENCE CUNNINGHAM, Cardozo legislations institution, writer of The Essays of Warren Buffett: classes for company America
"For years, Berkshire Hathaway shareholders and traders world wide (me integrated) have struggled to profit extra approximately Warren Buffett's cerebral sidekick. Now we will be able to relaxation and revel in examining Janet Lowe's booklet approximately this infrequent highbrow jewel referred to as Charlie Munger." -ROBERT G. HAGSTROM, writer of The Warren Buffett Way
"Charlie has lived via the creed that one may still dwell a lifestyles that doesn't desire explaining. yet his lifestyles might be defined. In a urban the place heroism is just too usually stressed with star, Charlie is a real hero and mentor. He lives the existence classes that he has studiously extracted from different real heroes and mentors, from Ben Franklin to Ben Graham. This e-book illuminates these lifestyles lessons." -RONALD L. OLSON, Munger, Tolles & Olson llp
"Janet Lowe's exceptional entry to Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett has ended in a firstclass publication that traders, teachers, and CEOs will locate wonderful and hugely useful."-TIMOTHY P. VICK, funds supervisor and writer of ways to select shares Like Warren Buffett
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It went to WBZ, in Springfield, Massachusetts, on September 15, 1921. It wasn’t until November 7 that KDKA officially got its license, the eighth one issued. Of the first nine stations licensed, four were owned by Westinghouse (KDKA; WBZ; WJZ, Newark, New Jersey; and KYW, Chicago) and only one each by RCA (WDY, Roselle Park, New Jersey) and the De Forest Radio Telephone and Telegraph Company (WJX, the Bronx, New York). By the end of the year more than 200 radio stations had been licensed. ” It carried the first remote church service broadcast, the first regular reporting of baseball scores, the first address by a national figure— Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover, on January 15—the first broadcast by a Congressional representative (Representative Alice Robertson, long before women were generally afforded such recognition), and the first time signals.
World treaty outlaws poison gas. International Radio Union is formed. record industry. Eventually, the promotion of records on radio resulted in greatly increased sales, and some record companies began to bribe programmers to play their records. 1926 T he Roari n g ’20s A most significant event in 1926 established the concept and organization of network broadcasting that continues even today. At the urging of David Sarnoff to establish what he called a central broadcasting system, RCA (50% owner) joined with GE (30%) and Westinghouse (20%) to found a new entity, which they called the National Broadcasting Company (NBC).
International Radio Union is formed. record industry. Eventually, the promotion of records on radio resulted in greatly increased sales, and some record companies began to bribe programmers to play their records. 1926 T he Roari n g ’20s A most significant event in 1926 established the concept and organization of network broadcasting that continues even today. At the urging of David Sarnoff to establish what he called a central broadcasting system, RCA (50% owner) joined with GE (30%) and Westinghouse (20%) to found a new entity, which they called the National Broadcasting Company (NBC).