This week my travels first found me in beautiful Anguilla for the 2019 Berkshire Elite Circle Conference. The exclusive Caribbean oasis—measuring just 16 miles long and three miles wide—is the ideal spot to celebrate the achievements of the top 50 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network brokerages … and the illustrious leaders who lead them. Standing among the network’s elite brought to mind an important question: What turns a leader from a front runner into a champion?
By Gino Blefari
This week my travels first found me in Minneapolis for the Annual HomeServices of America, Inc. CEO Conference and tomorrow, I travel to sunny Miami. Finally, I’ll land in beautiful Anguilla for the 2019 Berkshire Elite Circle Conference.
Caribbean paradise aside, let’s return to Minneapolis—ranked, by the way, as one of the sixth Best Places to Live in America by the Travel Channel—and to this year’s CEO Conference. For the 2019 meeting, we invited not only the CEOs from our HomeServices of America companies but also the CFOs.
By Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices CEO Chris Stuart
There’s a 130-year-old giant whose been largely “napping” for the past 40 years. But, it appears that the D.C. machinery is gearing up to poke the old giant into action. And who is this giant? It’s the FTC’s antitrust laws born in 1890. The Wall Street Journal’s Jacob M. Schlesinger, Brent Kendall and John D. McKinnon address the escalating situation that could put some of the world’s largest tech companies in the antitrust spotlight in their article, “Tech Giants Google, Facebook and Amazon Intensify Antitrust Debate.”
This week my travels found me in Irvine, CA for an action-packed agenda. First, I completed a webinar with Debbie De Grote, next I recorded a podcast with Tom Ferry, then I met with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and Real Living Real Estate team members and finally, I participated in a Mavericks Think Tank and Peer Review.