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A must-have business title that includes an account of Warren Buffett’s life and a presentation of the theories, tactics, secrets, and strategies for investing that made him billions. Un relato de la vida del Sr. Buffett que demuestra los secretos, teorías, y estrategias de inversiones que le hizo billones de dólares.
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“Filling Mr. [Warren] Buffett’s shoes won’t likely lead to that kind of eye-popping pay, says Mr. Buffett, who earns 0,000 in salary as CEO of Berkshire, though he’s been enriched through his holding of Berkshire shares.” – Wall Street Journal, Oct. 26, 2010
So why, exactly, 0,000 as a salary for the third-richest person in the world? For whatever reason, Buffett has received the exact same salary 29 years in a row.
Meanwhile, back in Gotham, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the world’s 17th-richest individual, accepts a year for his services. He also does not bother to live in Gracie Mansion, the official mayor’s mansion, but in his own pad.
Apple’s Steve Jobs takes home an annual salary of , whether he’s earning millions or billions more in paper wealth (as he does most years) or losing + billion (as he did in 2008).
For some reason, Oracle’s Larry Ellison, who in 2000 was briefly the world’s richest person, went from a base salary of million in fiscal 2009 to the beloved per year for fiscal 2010.
Carlos Slim, the world’s richest man, subsists on a salary of 3,600,000 pesos, or just under 0,000. Not to worry; his estimated net worth of billion is equivalent to 6% of Mexico’s GDP. As a comparison: When John D. Rockefeller died in 1937, America’s GDP was billion; Rockefeller’s fortune, by far the largest ever for an American as a percentage of national GDP, was .4 billion, or roughly 1.5% of GDP.
Bill Gates has not been drawing a Microsoft salary since he stepped down as Chief Software Architect in 2006, when his salary, as well as CEO Steve Ballmer’s, was 6,667 (not the top salary at the company). Today, Gates gets 0,000 in compensation as a Microsoft director, and Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is kind enough to compensate him with ,700 – that’s not truncated to save space – to serve as director.
In 2009, President Obama earned 4,460 – a pro-rated portion of his 0,000 salary, since he was in office for only 345 of a total 365 days – but he and Michelle declared total 2009 income of .5+ million, which does not include the .4 million he snared for the Nobel Peace Prize (and which was donated to ten charities). Most of the money the President made came from royalties of his two books.
As Vice President, Joe Biden earns 1,100.
Actors are more like the rest of us shmoes: If you’ll put aside the oodles they may make from TV syndication, or participation in their movies, or other inside deals they’re privy to, etc., etc., etc., they, like most of us, must rely on their salaries. Just a few examples:
For each new episode of Two and a Half Men, Charlie Sheen gets .25 million, while his co-star Jon Cryer gets a mere 0,000. Each of the four main, hardly desperate Desperate Housewives – Marcia Cross, Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman and Eva Longoria Parker – earn 0,000 per episode, the same amount that Dan Castellaneta and Julie Kavner each get for voice-overing each Simpsons episode. David Caruso gets 5,000 per for CSI: Miami; Tina Fey, Jeremy Piven and Kyra Sedgwick 0,000 per for, respectively, 30 Rock, Entourage and The Closer; Steve Carell 7,000 for each episode of The Office; Patrick Dempsey and Kate Gosselin 0,000 each for, respectively, Grey’s Anatomy and Kate Plus 8; and Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi ,000 per episode of Jersey Shore.
As for annual salaries: Judge Judy (Sheindlin) gets million, David Letterman million, Matt Lauer million, Ryan Seacrest million, Bill O’Reilly million, Ellen DeGeneres million, and Jimmy Kimmel million.
But don’t forget: That’s all before FICA withholding.
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Warren Buffett Tells ABC Rich People Should Pay Higher Taxes
Billionaire Warren Buffett said that rich people should pay more in taxes and that Bush-era tax cuts for top earners should be allowed to expire at the end of December.
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Warren Buffett: ‘Trickle Down’ Theory Hasn’t Worked (VIDEO)
Billionaire Warren Buffett said that the Bush tax cuts should be allowed to expire for the richest Americans and that the “trickle down” economic theory hasn’t worked. “If anything, taxes for the lower and middle class and maybe even the upper middle class should even probably be cut further,” Buffett told ABC News in an interview set to air later this week. “But I think that people at the high …
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Warren Buffett: Raise My Taxes
In an exclusive interview on This Week, Warren Buffett, Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, told Christiane Amanpour that the rich should be paying more in taxes and that the Bush-era tax cuts for the wealthy should be left to expire at the end of December.
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Warren Buffett: I ‘Should Be Paying A Lot More In Taxes’
WASHINGTON — Billionaire Warren Buffett rebutted claims that the Obama administration is unjustly hurting business orders with high taxes by saying that in fact, the wealthy have never had it so good.
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