“The best way to keep activists away is to perform reasonably well in your business and also to communicate well with your shareholders,” Warren Buffett said Tuesday at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit in Washington. “You’ve got a bunch of owners out there and, on balance, they’re going to be on your side. After all, they’ve got their money with you.”
“The best way to keep activists away is to perform reasonably well in your business and also to communicate well with your shareholders,” Warren Buffett said Tuesday at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit in Washington. “You’ve got a bunch of owners out there and, on balance, they’re going to be on your side. After all, they’ve got their money with you.” File photo by Nati Harnik The Associated Press
“The best way to keep activists away is to perform reasonably well in your business and also to communicate well with your shareholders,” Warren Buffett said Tuesday at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit in Washington. “You’ve got a bunch of owners out there and, on balance, they’re going to be on your side. After all, they’ve got their money with you.” File photo by Nati Harnik The Associated Press

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