Business tycoon-philanthropists Bill Gates and Warren Buffett have some new company: Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook.
As we know, Heinz and Kraft are merging. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway and Brazilian private equity firm 3G Capital are behind the merger, which is likely to be one of the biggest M&A deals of the year. So it's kind of awkwardShow More Summary
Deutsche Bank just sort of kind of compared Warren Buffett to Gordon Gekko. Gekko, played by Michael Douglas in the 1987 film "Wall Street," infamously told shareholders of the fictional Teldar Paper company that "Greed is good." And...Show More Summary
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Charlie Munger, the vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and Warren Buffett's right hand man, is not a fan of derivatives. Speaking at the annual meeting of Daily Journal Corporation, a newspaper publisher at which Munger serves as chairman, Munger said, " What do you think a derivatives trading desk is? It’s a casino in drag. Show More Summary
Less than two years in, Berkshire Hathaway's investment in H.J. Heinz has already been very successful.
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Warren Buffett is assembling one of the biggest ranges of snack foods in the world - and he eats what he buys. But should you? ||| New York - Following Warren Buffett's investment advice may be smart, but nutritionists say that eating too many of the “junk-food” products made by companies he has invested in isn't quite as wise. Show More Summary
Warren E. Buffett has made a habit of criticizing rapacious private equity firms over the years, but 3G Capital is different.
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By Barbara Goldberg NEW YORK (Reuters) - Following Warren Buffett's investment advice may be smart but nutritionists say that eating too many of the "junk-food" products made by companies he has invested in isn't quite as wise. His move...Show More Summary
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The Velveeta cheese maker’s stock jumped a third – making the company worth nearly $50 bln – on news of its sale to the ketchup giant, which 3G Capital and Warren Buffett took private in 2013. The math works if Heinz can repeat its margin magic and leap hurdles to scaling Kraft.
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Kraft Foods Group said it would merge with ketchup maker H.J. Heinz Co, owned by 3G Capital and Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, to form the third-largest food and beverage company in North America. The combined publicly traded company, which will be called Kraft Heinz, will have eight brands worth over $1 billion each.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway company is a major player in a just-announced merger between Heinz and Kraft that will result in one of the world’s largest food corporations. Berkshire Hathaway and Brazilian investment firm 3G Capital, which already owned Heinz together, will own 51 percent of the new company. Show More Summary