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Billionaire investor and philanthropist Warren Buffett, listed as the fourth richest person in the world by Forbes this year, has given millions of dollars to abortion groups in the U.S. and abroad, including one organization that facilitated the abortion of 1.2 million babies in 2013.
Earlier this year, Warren Buffett announced Berkshire Hathaway would put up $1 billion as part of a promotion from Quicken Loans to reward anyone who filled out a perfect NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament bracket. Buffett is one of the...Show More Summary
Bank of America certainly had a lot of things that didn't make its CEO happy, but recent news, results, and endorsement from Warren Buffett undoubtedly made him smile.
Mt. Gox is gone, but Bitcoin’s problems have just started, with a high-profile CEO suicide, two new security breaches, and Warren Buffett’s seal of disapproval for the virtual currency.
by Kirsten Andersen OMAHA, NE, March 6, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has donated over $100 million to pro-abortion groups, many of which directly pay for women’s abortions, according to a new report at National Review. Buffett, 83, is the world’s fourth richest person,…
Warren Buffett’s real estate franchise brand, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, has grown to a network of 26,000 agents and 700 offices in 33 states with the affiliation of 22 more brokerages, operator HSF Affiliates LLC announced today. “We’re pleased with the...
What did you learn from Warren Buffett?
By YCharts: By Jeff Bailey No one's words - save, perhaps, Vladimir Putin's - were parsed more closely over the weekend than Warren Buffett's, as he issued his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) (BRK.B) shareholders. There were...Show More Summary
It's that time of year again when the Oracle of Omaha writes to his shareholders. As always, there's much wisdom in those pages. Critics gotta criticize, and when you're as successful in your undertakings as Warren Buffett, they're going to look for anything they can find. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett took to Berkshire Hathaway's annual letter to reveal one of his best investments ever. The billionaire certainly has many to choose from, but in 1993, New York real estate titan Larry Silverstein told him about a property adjacent to New York University. The Resolution Trust C orp. Show More Summary
Berkshire Hathaway and Warren Buffett released the company's annual letter to shareholders last weekend. Here's the best under-the-radar analysis of Buffett, Berkshire, and the letter.
ByRobert Wagner: I recently wrote an article highlighting how Warren Buffett's portfolio was highly concentrated, completely void of any vision and underperformed the S&P 500 Index for 5 and 10 years. The portfolio is basically a highly concentrated financial sector fund with some other unrelated, mostly Dow Jones Industrial stocks thrown in. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett's annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders is out, and his language about Bank of America is glowing.
The Oracle of Omaha sure loves wind power. Of course, Warren Buffett invests to make money, so the continuing wind plays by companies in his Berkshire Hathaway empire are really a sign of the sector’s economic attractiveness. read m...
By Seeking Profits: Exxon Mobil (XOM) shares were down over 2% Wednesday morning after the company offered disappointing guidance at its annual analyst day (presentation available here). Warren Buffett has taken a $4 billion stake in the company, which had provided shares with some momentum, but Exxon continues to struggle to grow production. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett lost on the Energy Future Holdings deal, but when it comes to NV Energy, its pure gold!
With even Warren Buffett saying it's a bad idea, we can't wait to hear how President Obama will explain how his move to raise the minimum wage will create jobs and save the middle class.... JOIN THE LIVE CHAT VISIT WHITEHOUSE.GOV
Lou Simpson, a former understudy of Warren Buffett, is the manager of SQ Advisors. Simpson has enjoyed great success running GEICO, returning an average of 24% annually. Following the takeover of GEICO by Berkshire Hathaway, Simpson stayed to work under Buffett managing approximately $4 billion worth of stock investments. In 2011 he started his own fund, SQ Advisors, […]
Buffett says its utility subsidiary isn’t done buying.