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Inside billionaire Warren Buffett’s unconventional marriage, which included an open arrangement and 3-way Christmas cards
Warren Buffett has had an unconventional relationship over the course of his life. While the Oracle of Omaha remained married to his first wife, Susan, until her death, he lived with his longtime companion Astrid Menks.
Meet the surgeon, professor, and writer tapped to run the Amazon-JPMorgan-Berkshire Hathaway health venture
Meet Atul Gawande, an impressive doctor with experience in both healthcare and policy who will head the new JPMorgan-Amazon- Berkshire Hathaway joint venture.
The trio have selected the surgeon and professor Dr. Atul Gawande. The venture, announced in January, is aimed at lowering healthcare costs for the companies' employees, though there haven't been many details about what that looks like.
The CEO of Amazon, JPMorgan and Berkshire Hathaway’s joint healthcare venture has been selected and will be announced in two weeks – here ...
Amazon, JPMorgan and Berkshire Hathway teamed up to create a non-profit healthcare venture aimed at improving satisfaction while reducing costs for their company employees. The CEO of the new company will be announced in the next two weeks. Here are candidates that would be well-suited for the job.
Warren Buffett says he ‘blew it’ when he didn’t invest in Amazon early, and the regret is what keeps him from investing today
Warren Buffett says he "blew it" when it came to investing in one of the tech world's biggest juggernauts: Amazon. He's been watching Amazon since the beginning, and has high praise for Jeff Bezos, but never pulled the trigger and invested. And there's a moment every year when he's full of regret.
Warren Buffett responds to Elon Musk’s criticism that one of his core investment principles is ‘lame’
Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett have differing views on competitive barriers to entry. During his firm's annual shareholder meeting, Buffett defended one of his core investment tenets.
‘Harvey Weinstein has done a lot for improving behavior’: Charlie Munger says finding bad people helps businesses and society
Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's right-hand man, said that he is glad the scandals at Wells Fargo brought problems to light just as it was a good thing that Harvey Weinstein's behavior was brought to light.
Despite Wells Fargo's ongoing account fraud controversy, Warren Buffett is sticking by his investment in the firm. The Berkshire Hathaway chief executive officer spoke at his firm's annual shareholder meeting.
Warren Buffett says that global trade is a benefit for all countries involved and the current tensions between the US and China are just a small problem that is sidetracking an overall solid relationship.