Warren Buffett was trolled by Elon Musk on Twitter last year. Steve Pope/Getty Images Elon Musk and Warren Buffett are an interesting pair of contradictions in the business world. Considering the two entrepreneurs’ age difference (Buffett is twice as old as Musk), it’s probably no surprise that they would have different mindsets and rules when it comes to running a company.The Tesla and SpaceX CEO has openly criticized the idea of “moats,” a term coined by Buffett referring to a buffer surrounding a company in order to keep its competitive edge, and even trolled Buffett’s candy company by tweeting last year that he was going to start his own candy company.Subscribe to Observer’s Business NewsletterNearly a year has passed, and we still haven’t seen any trace of Musk-branded confections. Evidently he has been busy with his electric car and rocket businesses—and having fun on Twitter, too.Earlier this year, Warren Buffett’s longtime business partner, Charlie Munger, said at a shareholder meeting that he wouldn’t want to work with people like Musk because they don’t seem to understand their limitations despite the fact that these types of entrepreneurs often have a chance for outsized successes.But what does Buffett himself think of the… Read full this story
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