Book Review of “The Real Warren Buffett - Managing Capital, Leading People”

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This paper reviews and discusses the book titled “The Real Warren Buffett – Managing Capital, Leading People” by James O’Loughlin. The mentioned book details the managerial skills, financial expertise and leadership approach of Warren Buffett. Practical lessons of Warren Buffett are also included in “The Real Warren Buffett – Managing Capital, Leading People” and how he became the second richest man in United States are mentioned.


Warren Buffett; Managing Capital; Leading People; James O’Louglin; Book Review; Finance

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