There’s more to it than getting in early on Berkshire Hathaway, apparently.
Who in the town of Omaha has lost iFaith?
35 million JPM shares? We get it, Mr. Oracle, and we're glad to have you aboard.
$600 million is a small price to pay to not have to learn what fintech is.
It's nice when the little people get a W.
Atul Gawande’s got this, in his spare time.
Uber has at last found a fundraising it can do without.
There’s a sub-oracle of Omaha.
Don’t be ridiculous about Berkshire divesting from companies it doesn’t own but might if they get cheap enough.
The Oracle is holding it down and he don't care who knows it.
Billionaire Sisters of Mercy, assemble!
Warren Buffett thinks cryptos "will come to a bad ending" because of course he does.
Wait 'til you see Oprah's 2018 tax return.
They said he couldn’t do it, but the Elliott Management chief found someone to outbid Berkshire. Someone other than himself.
This thing’s only been going on for three years. Elliott Management has not even begun to fight.
He won’t have anything to do with a company that listens to the likes of Nelson Peltz.
And angry enough to cough up a few hundred million more bucks for a bankrupt energy company.
I mean, it's nice for him, but is this really it?