Some Billionaires Not Meeting Giving Pledge Promises

Warren Buffett and Bill Gates first created the Giving Pledge five years ago, and in that time they were able to convince 193 people to promise to give away over half of their fortune at some point in their life or upon their death. 16 more people joined the initiative last week, including Hamdi Ulukaya …

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Paul Anka and Warren Buffett Serenade Carol Loomis of Fortune Magazine

When Warren Buffett gets out on the stage, he is often known to steal the show. Yet, on Monday night, the billionaire investor sang to a crowded room of 400 prominent women, and his being there had absolutely nothing to do with his own personal agenda. In fact, the Oracle of Omaha was at the …

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Buffett Says ‘Hillary is Going to Win’ in 2016

Warren Buffett says that the presidential election for 2016 is already in the bag. And he thinks that the winter is none other than Hillary Clinton. “Hillary is going to run,” said the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway at a Fortune magazine conference on Tuesday. And he added, “Hillary is going to win.” Buffett was incredibly …

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The Reason Buffett Hasn’t Split Berkshire Hathaway Stock

Buying a share of Berkshire Hathaway Class A costs so much money that it could pay for a person’s entire college education. It can even buy two houses in Omaha, Nebraska. To put it another way, you could purchase 40,000 large Blizzards from Dairy Queen, owned by Berkshire Hathaway. Why doesn’t Warren Buffett split the …

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Carol Loomis Will Continue Editing Warren Buffett’s Letters to Shareholders

Carol Loomis has an interesting charm bracelet that has a tendency to jingle a lot. It jingles so much because it contains charms of the miniature covers of the Berkshire Hathaway annual reports that she has edited for the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett, for over 40 years. In the past week, the 85-year-old …

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Buffett Will Not Break Up Berkshire Hathaway

Many different commentators, including Thornton L. Oglove the veteran on Wall Street, feel that it is time for Warren Buffett to break up Berkshire Hathaway. Not everybody agrees with it this particular stance, especially since the company will do better as a large entity. But that is just some people’s opinion. The truth is that …

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Buffett Shareholder Letter Offers Investment Suggestions

Warren Buffett’s annual letter to shareholders is his refresher course on the billionaire investor’s investing approach. You can’t read Buffett’s letter until Saturday, but Fortune magazine got their hands on an excerpt which they posted on Monday on the Internet. Buffett’s longtime friend and Fortune writer, Carol Loomis, edits Buffett’s annual letter. As a way …

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Buffett Picks Skeptic to Pitch the Hard Questions This Weekend

For the most part, the annual meeting hosted by Berkshire Hathaway is usually a lovefest for the Oracle of Omaha. Things are going to be different this Saturday, when a hedge fund manager picked directly by Warren Buffett himself tries to add a measure of skepticism to the otherwise happy-go-lucky proceedings. “It’s fair to say …

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