Donald Ingham is a director at Tenth Avenue Holdings (TAH) and a portfolio manager of the TAH Core Fund. He holds a BBA in accounting and management information systems from the University of Georgia, an MBA from Columbia University, and a master’s degree in professional accounting from the University of Texas at Austin.
Much like today’s most notorious activist investors, Warren Buffett made a name for himself by identifying market inefficiencies that could be exploited for the benefit of his investors and public shareholders. But unlike the corporate raiders of the 1980s, Buffett wasn’t out to tear companies down. In fact, he wanted to help build them up.