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Berkshire Hathaway

  1. Why Google Isn’t the New Berkshire HathawayGoogle wants to be a 1960s-style conglomerate for the 21st century.
  2. the oracle of omaha
    Warren Buffett Still Isn’t Ready to Name His SuccessorHe’s also not that enthusiastic about Twitter.
  3. business
    Warren Buffett Cans Cruise CEOA supposedly fun thing he’ll never do again, because he got fired.
  4. the oracle of omaha
    Warren Buffett Keeps Buying Newspapers, for Some ReasonWhat’s another $142 million?
  5. the oracle of omaha
    Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders on Warren Buffett and His Eponymous RuleScenes from the annual meeting’s kickoff party. 
  6. oracle of omaha
    Buffett Entertains at Berkshire Annual MeetingBuffett still hasn’t revealed his successor.
  7. Warren Buffett Has Chosen a Successor But Won’t Name NamesSays he’s still in “excellent health” and not “going anywhere.”
  8. ink-stained wretches
    Warren Buffett Bought a Newspaper CompanyHe has money to blow.
  9. the oracle of omaha
    Warren Buffett to Lloyd Blankfein: Don’t Leave Me!“I want him to stay!”
  10. goldmanfellas
    Goldman Sachs Profit Fell 21 Percent, So Why Is Lloyd Still ‘Pleased’?Thanks, Warren!
  11. the oracle from omaha
    Ex-Berkshire Exec Says He Did Nothing Wrong by Buying Shares Before Getting Warren Buffett to InvestDavid Sokol needs a lawyer. Stat.
  12. party like it’s 1999
    If You Ask Warren Buffett, Social Networks Aren’t Worth All Those Billions“Most of them will be overpriced.”
  13. the oracle of omaha
    Warren Buffett Just Spent $9 Billion on the Stuff That Goes Into LubricantsBuffett aims his “itchy” trigger finger at Lubrizol.
  14. the oracle of omaha
    Meet the Next Warren BuffettThe investor-king appoints (anoints?) an anonymous hedge-fund manager to take over Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio.
  15. the oracle of omaha
    Warren Buffett Is a ComedianWell, this is what passes as funny on Wall Street.
  16. company town
    Michael Phelps Is Gold for NBCPlus, lawyers make criminals sing (to ‘Don Giovanni’), another spectacular apartment you can’t afford hits the market, and more, in our daily industry roundup.
  17. company town
    Murdoch Won’t Go Any Higher on ‘Newsday’ BidAlso, Microsoft gives up on Yahoo, Berkshire Hathaway’s profits tank briefly, and Buzz Bissinger apologizes to Will Leitch, all in our daily industry roundup.