Friday, August 13, 2004
"With respect to investors, there's a great Warren Buffettism," [Bezos] says. "You can hold a rock concert and that can be successful, and you can hold a ballet and that can be successful, but don't hold a rock concert and advertise it as a ballet. If you're very clear to the outside world that you're taking a long-term approach, then people can self-select in . . . As Buffett says, you get the shareholders you deserve."
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