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The Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett, recently wrote an Op-Ed column in the New York Times in which he thanked and praised Uncle Sam for stepping in and preventing the economy from going over a cliff.
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Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said a meeting about charity he attended Wednesday with Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates and dozens of China's super rich was "a tremendous success," despite earlier concerns that the country's newly minted millionaires would be pressured to give up their fortunes.
In hindsight, former Disney CEO Michael Eisner calls his decision in 1995 to buy CapCities/ABC, and with it, its crown jewel ESPN, "one of the best acquisitions maybe of that whole century."
Forty of America's billionaires have answered a call from investor Warren Buffett and Microsoft founder Bill Gates to give 50 percent or more of their fortunes to charity, either during their lifetimes or upon their deaths.
Warren Buffett is the face of the company and Charlie Munger stays mainly in the shadows.
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Warren Buffett, whose business and investment acumen has made him one of the world's wealthiest men, embarked on a European "deferred shopping tour" yesterday, looking for possible acquisitions for his Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
NEW YORK (AP) — Town governments, school districts and other municipalities looking to borrow money got a new option yesterday when trying to insure their bonds: billionaire investor Warren Buffett.