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Dutch paint maker Akzo Nobel on Monday rejected a third takeover proposal from US rival PPG Industries, valued at 26.9 billion euros.
Women in the U.K. are less likely to reach out for help with their investments than their counterparts on the other side of the Atlantic, according to new research which points to a continued lack of provision in the U.K. advice market.
Warren Buffett is looking for investment opportunities in renewable energy.
An estimated 40,000 came to enjoy the carnival atmosphere at this year's Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska.
Buffett and business partner Charlie Munger cracked up the crowd of 40,000 at Berkshire's annual meeting with their usual quips.
One notorious Wall Street bear is bashing the bull market.
Warren Buffett called the tech companies worth more than Berkshire Hathaway 'ideal' businesses.
When asked about volatile Chinese stock markets, investing legend Warren Buffett said Saturday they sometimes resemble a "casino."
Berkshire meeting attendees can snag limited edition products branded with Warren Buffett, and his right-hand man, Charlie Munger.
Warren Buffett says he should have figured out Google had a great ad business because he was a customer.
Driverless trucks will one day hurt railroads, Warren Buffett said Saturday at the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting.
The Hindenburg Omen has missed the mark more times than it's been correct, but its occurrence always gets traders talking.
Citi analysts think Apple could use its massive cash hoard to buy Netflix or one of six other major U.S. companies, to the benefit of shareholders.
"We've delayed a little bit too long in reducing the size of the balance sheet," St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard said.
"There's no panic, there's no sense that we have to clang the bells because inflation is on the horizon," Alan Blinder tells CNBC.
The island of Puerto Rico is struggling to pay its creditors just as much as its teachers and police officers, N.Y. Times reports.
Whitney Tilson of Kase Capital said Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway should climb 19 percent.
Despite weakness in commodities and commodity stocks, particularly oil, the broader stock market remains just below historic highs.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
Gold's latest swing lower could be a screaming buying signal.
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