Amazon, JPMorgan Chase, and Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway said they will create an independent health care company that will use technology to offer their employees care at a reasonable cost.
"A durable competitive advantage has proven elusive ever since the days of the Wright Brothers," Buffett said of the airline industry in 2007. But things changed over the last decade.
America's best known investor has largely avoided the technology industry, saying it's hard to tell which tech companies will survive in the long run.
Warren Buffet addresses allegations that his mobile-home firm, which earned record profits last year, charges minority customers more than whites.
Warren Buffett discloses the mobile-home company he controls made record profits last year while foreclosing on more than 8,000 customers.
Clayton Homes declined to comment for an article that said it targets racial minorities and charges them extra, but the company has since issued a lengthy statement.
Billionaire, oracle, lover. America's most famous investor has also shared plenty of wisdom on matters of the heart, and groin.
Both powerhouse investors made big bets on Verizon in the first quarter, but Loeb has since sold out of his position in the telecommunications company while Buffett has added nearly 4 million shares to his stake.
The Oracle of Omaha recently sent a letter to a San Francisco pension plan, advising the $20 billion fund not to invest in hedge funds. It's the latest development in Buffett's tenuous history with the hedge fund world.
Berkshire Hathaway will insure a $1 billion prize to anyone who accurately picks the winner of every NCAA tournament game this March as part of a competition from mortgage lender Quicken Loans.
Bankers, investors and industrial CEOs are not at all happy about this.
For charity, of course.
Here's what you can buy at a random sample of 13 publicly traded companies for the price of one of their shares.
Analysts at Morgan Stanley compare the biggest U.S. online-travel agent to three iconic companies in a research note today.
Yes, Warren, you're one of the richest men in the world. But why's your wallet in all of these photo ops?
One of the world's richest men joined Twitter Thursday for an interview. But he didn't answer some of the best questions.