Hockey urges need for right formula for 'Buffet' rule; keeps door open to online GST.
Albanese says policy would be very popular, but party won't commit yet.
Sometimes, an insult is actually a compliment. Warren Buffett once quipped that an idiot in the corner office is not necessarily a bad thing. I'll let the Sage of Omaha say it is his own words:
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is set to be a chief beneficiary of a bid by Senate Republicans to weaken new regulations to improve train safety in the $2.
By David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is set to be a chief beneficiary of a bid by Senate Republicans to weaken new regulations to improve train safety in the $2.8 billion crude-by-rail industry, a key cog in the development of the vast North American shale oil fields. Show More Summary
Deutsche Bank raided; China likes Buffett; "Pole Dances Are Tax Exempt As An Art Form, Lap Dances Aren't New York Tax Judge Rules"; and more.
That belleh makes you wanna dive right in for a fast snorgle, am I right? Five Rules. One photo. Such a deal. #02: Looking helpless is cute. #20: Showing your paw pads is cute. #39: Nuzzable mini-chests are cute. #41: Exposing a vulnerable area is cute. #47: Splayed haunch action is cute. (From the CHOTK […]
Bill Gates chats with Warren Buffett about his rules for smart investing, how he learned to explain complicated financial dealings so clearly, and how he got Bill into bridge and golf.
A cyberattack on JPMorgan compromised 83 million households and small businesses. | Analysts say judge's ruling isn't a free pass for cities to cut pensions. | Warren Buffett moves into auto retailing. | Evaluating the nature of deal-making in a panic.
$$$ Liquidity Rules Coming to Wall Street [WSJ] $$$ Oaktree Is Said to Seek $10 Billion for Distressed Fund [Bloomberg] $$$ Warren Buffett, Breaking Bad Superfan, Got a Very Detailed Walter White Birthday Cake [DI via Matt] $$$ Regulator...Show More Summary
By Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) - Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc agreed to pay an $896,000 fine to settle U.S. government accusations that it violated antitrust rules by failing to report a transaction that boosted its stake in building products company USG Corp. Show More Summary
One of the most interesting holdings in the Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-A) portfolio is VeriSign (NASDAQ: VRSN), which specializes in domain names and internet security. What makes the company
Authored by Benjamin Weingarten, originally posted at The Blaze, Warren Buffett has famously supported the Obama administration and other Democrats, even lending his name to the so-called “Buffett Rule,” which calls for raising income taxes on high earners. Show More Summary
This week, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) reintroduced the Buffett Rule under the name the “Fair Share Tax.” This tax would be used to pay for a program that allows students to refinance their higher education loans at lower interest...Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is proposing a plan that would allow people to refinance their student loans—using the Buffett Rule to pay for it. Currently, few student loans can be refinanced, leaving borrowers stuck with high interest rates that they could lower if the loans had been for a car or house, rather than an education. Show More Summary
I'm going to post up the 6 vital principles that come to us from great Rule #1 investors starting with Ben Graham then Warren Buffett then on to today's greats like David Einhorn and Mohnish Pabrai. These principles are timeless butShow More Summary
Warren E. Buffett fielded questions at Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting. | Wall Street banks are embracing a rule they once hated. | A Delaware judge upheld Sotheby's poison pill. | David Einhorn's hedge fund asked the S.E.C. to delay disclosures.
Capital preservation and minimizing losses should be the most important objectives of any investor or trader. Warren Buffett is credited with the saying: Rule No. 1: Never lose money Rule
Warren Buffett would tell investors to "wait for your pitch." We live in a world where condensation rules, that time shrinks because of information transfer and people want immediacy.The markets aren't so simple. They can decide to trend, hesitate, and continue or reverse. Show More Summary
Paul Krugman points out that proposals to introduce higher taxes on the rich — like the Buffett rule — have received serious pushback from conservatives: As inequality has become an increasingly prominent issue in American discourse, there has been furious pushback from the right. Show More Summary