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Warren Buffett, the billionaire investment guru known as the Oracle of Omaha, is donating about $2.6 billion in stocks to five charities as part of a plan to give away the bulk of his wealth before he dies. The chairman and chief executive of investment ...
Los Angeles Times · ByShan Li · 7/9/2013
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In addition to major telecommunications firms aiming to influence the public debate on net neutrality, there’s the Ford Foundation, the second-largest private foundation in the world. “If you are a foundation for justice in the ...
Watch Dog · 12/15/2014
Before diving into the deep waters of stock investment research, familiarize yourself with the basics of stock exchanges. Most people know about the New York Stock Exchange and the popular market averages: the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the …
finance.zacks.com · 12/20/2014
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As investigations into the Clinton Foundation’s fundraising practices intensify, the indications that improprieties occurred while Hillary Clinton served as secretary of state have become impossible to ignore. The Clintons’ self-defense is the same as ...
HotAir · 4/28/2015
Angela Ahrendts, Apple’s senior vice president of retail and online stores, was the highest-paid female executive in the U.S. last year, according to Bloomberg News data. The former chief executive officer of London-based fashion retailer Burberry Group ...
The Kansas City Star · 5/5/2015
After raising $25 billion in its just-completed IPO, China commerce company Alibaba acquired a 15% stake for around $457 million in hotel-technology firm Beijing Shiji Information Technology Co., solidifying the position of business to business hotel ...
Skift · 9/30/2014
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. exited a $3.7 billion investment in Exxon Mobil Corp. amid a slump in oil prices. Crude has fallen by about half since June as U.S. production surged and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries resisted ...
Investment News · 2/18/2015
ValueAct and other investors are not waiting around to see how Microsoft gets itself out of the hole Ballmer dug. ValueAct and other investors are not waiting around to see how Microsoft gets itself out of the hole Ballmer dug. Rather than take on activist ...
ReadWrite · 9/2/2013
Shareholders are pounding Wall Street's biggest banks to slim down or even break up. Hedge-fund managers are under scrutiny as they repeatedly fail to outperform the broader bull market. Yet in one corner of the city's financial ecosystem—private equity ...
Crain's New York Business · ByAaron Elstein · 3/8/2015
MUMBAI: A spectacular initial burst — at least 15-20% more jobs, 10-20% higher average salaries and 30% increase in global offers — set the pace for this year's placement season at Indian Institutes of Technology which kicked off on Monday. Sources ...
The Economic Times · 12/2/2014