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Topic - warren buffett
A longtime Omaha rabbi who became a philanthropist after investing with Warren Buffett in the 1960s has died.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Harvey Perlman is turning to billionaire Warren Buffett for advice on Twitter even though the investor has only sent five tweets.
While liberalism's terminus is failure, its first stop is hypocrisy.
Fans of investor Warren Buffett can now buy oversized cutouts of his head to wave around in public.
So you were confident in your bracket, hoping to win the office pool, maybe get lucky and take down that $1 billion prize Warren Buffett is offering for a perfect run of picks.
Welcome back to an alumni-packed edition of BracketRacket, the one-stop shopping place for your offbeat NCAA tournament needs. Today, we explain why Warren Buffett is rich and you're not, why you don't always need a private jet to enjoy the tourney, and how a kid actor nearly stole the show. Without further ado:
No more brackets remain in Quicken Loans contest. Does that make Warren Buffett a genius? Probably.
So, about that billion dollars.
Warren Buffett looks at his offer to pay $1 billion to anyone who fills out a perfect NCAA tournament bracket as nothing more than a matter of having the numbers in his favor.
Warren Buffett's company says it has agreed to acquire a Miami-based TV station from Graham Holdings Co. in exchange for most of its shares in the company that once owned The Washington Post.
Investor Warren Buffett says it's clear that railroad tank cars carrying crude oil need to be updated because oil from certain regions has the potential to be more dangerous than previously thought.
Investors eagerly await Warren Buffett's letter to Berkshire Hathaway Inc. shareholders each year for its plain-spoken insight into the billionaire's financial strategy and economic predictions. Buffett had plenty of good news to discuss Saturday as he recounted the performance of his Omaha, Neb., based company with humor and wit. He also dispensed some investing advice.
The recent strong performance of the stock market is making billionaire Warren Buffett's bet that an index fund will outperform a collection of hedge funds over 10 years look good.
Billionaire Warren Buffett says he once dreamed of buying the Washington Redskins. Would he consider it now? He talked about it on The Dan Patrick Show.
The Massachusetts textile mill that helped billionaire Warren Buffett launch his investment empire, but which he also called one of his biggest blunders, is being torn down.
In the first of two New York Times opinion pieces on the topic, he stated in 2011 that "for those making more than $1 million I would raise rates immediately on taxable income in excess of $1 million, including of course, dividends and capital gains. And for those who make $10 million or more I would suggest an additional increase in rate."
he obliged to acknowledge the fact that taxing something produces less of it, and that in our lackluster economy, higher taxes mean less investment and fewer jobs.