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Warren Buffett, one of the world's wealthiest people, reimburses Berkshire Hathaway for postage

7 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

Warren Buffett's $100,000 salary hasn't changed in more than 25 years, according to the company. A Berkshire filing shows he gave $50,000 last year to the company for the reimbursement of personal expenses such as postage and phone calls.        

Warren Buffett, one of the world's wealthiest people, reimburses Berkshire Hathaway for postage

Warren Buffett's $100,000 salary hasn't changed in more than 25 years, according to the company. A Berkshire filing shows he gave $50,000 last year to the company for the reimbursement of personal expenses such as postage and phone calls.        

Berkshire Hathaway to buy Southwest?

The Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett, has expressed interest in owning an entire airline. The criteria? According to an analyst from Wolfe Research, Buffett “likes to buy companies with solid cash flows, strong competitive advantages and “high-grade” management teams.”  The likely candidate…Southwest. Show More Summary

Warren Buffett is worth $87 billion — here are 9 of his best pieces of advice on success

Warren Buffett is one of the richest people alive with a net worth of more than $87 billion. Buffett is best known as a savvy investor, but his expertise goes beyond the stock market. Buffett advises people to continually learn new things...Show More Summary

Why Warren Buffett Still Uses a Flip Phone

17 hours agoTechnology / Internet : ShoeMoney

Warren Buffet is worth billions, but he's not planning on trading in his trusty flip phone. Learn the powerful reason why he refuses to get a smartphone.

Here Are Some Links For Your Weekly Reading - March 11th, 2018

Here are some of the posts that caught my eye recently. Hope you find something interesting. Lighter Links: Google Teaches AI to Fool Humans So It Can Learn from Our Mistakes. (TheNextWeb) Bill Gates and Warren Buffett Explain a Simple...

Inside the 27-year friendship of Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, who didn't even want to meet and now have each other on speed dial

Bill Gates and Warren Buffett have been best friends for 27 years. Initially, they weren't interested in meeting each other — but they hit it off right away. They've partnered on political and philanthropic ventures, mentored each other, and had lots of laughs. Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are the second and third-wealthiest people on the planet. Show More Summary

Warren Buffett’s 2018 March Madness Bracket Contest: $1 Million A Year For Life

last weekSports : Jock Rich

The Oracle of Omaha introduced his third annual NCAA Tournament contest for Berkshire Hathaway's 377,000 employees. The minimum prize is $100,000, and a perfect Sweet 16 means $1 million a year for life. Another wrinkle: If Creighton or Nebraska win, it is $2 million a year for life.

12 Stocks That Fit The Investment Strategies Of Buffett, Lynch, Dreman And O’Shaughnessy

In this year's letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, legendary CEO Warren Buffett says he wants to only buy companies at "a sensible purchase price." But different market gurus approach this question differently, using a variety of metrics to determine whether a share price is reasonable.

Warren Buffett keeps trying to give away big bucks in an NCAA tournament bracket contest

Warren Buffett would love to give someone $1 million a year for life. Maybe $2 million. But there are a couple of catches in his third annual NCAA men’s basketball tournament bracket game. (Hey, he didn’t get to be a billionaire by just throwing cash around.) First, you must be one of the more than 377,000 […]

Billionaires Warren Buffett and Ray Dalio agree on what to do in a volatile market

For the average person, shifts in the market, even ones as dramatic as the ones we've seen this year, shouldn't be cause for panic.        

Warren Buffett is now almost out of IBM and heavily into Apple

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway made news when it backed IBM heavily in 2011, but that turned out to be a rare mistake. The famed investor has now switched to Apple, and $28 billion worth of Apple shares make it Berkshire Hathaway's biggest single investment.

10 Tuesday AM Reads

My Two-for-Tuesday morning train reads: • Warren Buffett’s 3 Most Profitable Pieces Of Advice (Forbes) see also Investors missed the most important lesson in Warren Buffett’s annual letter (Marketwatch) • How Do Pundits Never Get ItShow More Summary

Warren Buffett offers his 'strongest argument' against a practice investors are doing in record numbers

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett has argued against borrowing money to invest in stocks. So-called margin debt rose to a record in January. Margin calls, in which brokers demand a cash replenishment of their clients' accounts, were...Show More Summary

Apple launching 'technology enabled' healthcare service

Following Amazon’s lead, iPhone maker creating in-house clinics and health service for employees Apple is launching its own primary care health clinics called AC Wellness, following Amazon and Warren Buffett’s push into healthcare. Similar...Show More Summary

Apple Stock Shares Rise After Warren Buffet Comments

The Cupertino-based company had a busy fall in 2017 with its new iPhone lineup of products. After posting its financial results, Apple shares on Monday increased to two percent after Warren Buffett pitched in favor of the technology giant. According to Reuters, the company’s stock price was priced $179.04 and just came up short of reaching $179.26. Show More Summary

10 things you need to know in markets today

Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Tuesday. 1. The Dow Jones industrial average gained nearly 400 points Monday, fueled by tech gains and stabilizing treasury yields. Warren Buffett seemed to catalyze the day’sShow More Summary

Warren Buffett on HomeServices of America’s explosive growth

The Omaha native and American business magnate, who admitted that he had "paid little attention" to HomeServices when Berkshire Hathaway "backed into the business" in 2000, gave the brokerage arm of his operation a particularly glowing review in his 2017 letter released this week. ...

Warren Buffet remains bullish on Apple as stock price nears record levels

During a recent interview with CNBC, famed investor Warren Buffett practically said that Apple is the one stock worth owning in today's market. Hardly a surprise, Buffett has been extremely bullish on Apple for quite some time now, even though he comically owns a flip phone and still refuses to upgrade to an iPhone. Show More Summary

Warren Buffett Defends Non-Existent Gun Investments

Don’t be ridiculous about Berkshire divesting from companies it doesn’t own but might if they get cheap enough.

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