Warren Buffett and the Enduring Value of Values

I'm not normally inclined to read books on investing or investors, but a line from a review in the Economist (Jan. 2015) intrigued me:

"Though best-known as a 'value investor', with an eye for underpriced shares, as a manager Mr. Buffett cares mostly about values. He believes that corporate culture matters; if a business does not have a strong, proven ethical culture, he will not buy it, whatever its other attractions."

The book argues that Buffett's success is less about his ability to find value in a company and more about his fierce commitment to a set of core values.

Since this is the kind of thing I love to read about, I may be adding one more book to the pile on my nightstand.

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