Microsoft's massive layoff makes downright ridiculous the op-ed recently published by Bill Gates and his billionaire pals, Warren Buffett and Sheldon Adelson. They and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, who financed the lobby group FWD.us, demand immediate amnesty disguised as immigration reform in order to bring in more cheap labor.
It's not often you find Warren Buffett and T. Boone Pickens owning the same stock. Buffett has long been known to be focused on financials and consumer product companies such as Coca-Cola
Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett has preached this lesson from the beginning, but it’s surprisingly difficult for new investors to accept.
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"The Giving Pledge," made public by Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett four years ago, has already attracted 127 billionaires who have pledged to give at least half of their wealth to philanthropic causes.
By Uncommon Profit Investor: This quote is from Warren Buffett's 2002 letter to Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A (NYSE:BRK.B) shareholders. It is important because Valeant Pharmaceutical's (NYSE:VRX) "cash EPS" is nothing but "earnings before...Show More Summary
Two of Warren Buffett's investing principles suggest that ExxonMobil's possible acquisition of Anadarko Petroleum could be great for the supermajor and investors.
Finding a great company is only the first or two steps in Warren Buffett's approach to investing.
Most personal finance experts will tell investors to buy stocks in many companies across different industries in order to "diversify". Warren Buffett isn't one of them.
Warren Buffett's $14 billion stake in American Express says a lot about CEO Kenneth Chenault.
Warren Buffett has had incredible success by buying nearly 10% of Coca-Cola through Berkshire Hathaway, and one of the reasons behind his success is surprisingly simple.
Warren Buffett is one of the largest renewable energy investors in the world and investors can copy his success with new YieldCos hitting the market.
The Oracle of Omaha explains why economic substance can sometimes be veiled by accounting conventions.
Warren Buffett has had plenty of great ideas and investments, but one place he parked the Berkshire Hathaway money more than 20 years ago still aggravates him to this day.
Warren Buffett has made billions through the years with Berkshire Hathaway, and it turns out Wal-Mart is one company that has paid him billions more than you'd ever believe.
Could Sempra Energy be the next company Buffett bags?
Warren Buffett has only made indirect investments in the shale oil boom, here's how you can profit.
On the path to investing success, here's a pitfall we should all avoid.
People buy socks all the time. Warren Buffett thinks a simple lesson we can learn from them will teach us how we should buy stocks.