In a rare public appearance on CNBC, Berkshire Hathaway portfolio manager Ted Weschler explains why he likes a particular health-care stock.
Blackstone's David Blitzer weighed in on the team he co-owns and other investing topics at a conference Friday.
Here are five key lessons for investors offered by Warren Buffett during his three-hour appearance Monday on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Ukraine may be far away, but it is clearly influencing global markets across the board.
Happy Monday. Nothing cures an Oscar hangover like a Morning Six-Pack.
In a live interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box," Warren Buffett said he would keep buying stocks even if he knew a major war was coming.
Despite optimism that U.S. stocks will be among the best performers this year, American investors are still running scared.
Autism Speaks and Google have teamed in an attempt to link private investors to inject innovative autism-related business development.
In his annual letter to shareholders, Warren Buffett said bonds he decided to purchase produced a loss of almost $1 billion.
Even a $34.2 billion increase in Berkshire Hathaway's net worth wasn't enough to beat the soaring stock market last year
Good investments are more difficult to find in the U.S., and Europe is likely a better place, said Leon Black, CEO of Apollo Global Management said.
With stocks near all-time highs, short interest reached the highest level in 20 months, but some investors are seeing the trend as a bullish sign.
Happy Friday. Here's something new: A big snowstorm is headed for the Northeast. Imagine that.
Traders are about to enter initial public offering offering heaven. Over the next two months, dozens of tech companies will float stock.
Everyone knows Warren Buffett, but there are three other people making major decisions at Berkshire Hathaway who had kept a low profile. Until now.
Newly hired investment manager Todd Combs will be initially handling $2 billion to $3 billion of Berkshire Hathaway's $113 billion portfolio in what amounts to an "extended trial." That's according to longtime Warren Buffett friend Carol Loomis, writing today for Fortune Magazine.
Stocks turn positive, reversing early losses. Fed Chair Yellen says harsh weather has played a role in recently weak data.
With the market rebounding off the January selloff despite weakening economic signals, traders fear a return of the dreaded black swan.
We have now gone three days in a row where the S&P 500 has failed to break to new highs, while retail gives us more of the same.
Happy Thursday. Give us our sugar and/or give us death.