He eventually received a call from Graham asking if he was interested in working for him. He eventually got into a partnership with Graham. However, Buffett had some differences between him and Graham.
Buffett was more interested in seeing how a company manages itself and how it might be better than other companies when thinking about who to invest in. This is different from the emphasis on numbers that Graham had been using.
Buffett’s money would eventually grow while working alongside Graham. It got to the point where Buffett had made more than $100,000 from 1950 to 1956. This was much higher than the nearly $10,000 that he had at the start of that time.