In today's The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, Warren Buffett goes to Vegas and wins; a red state Democrat makes her case for the Keystone pipeline; and famous authors get involved in the Amazon Hachette e-book pricing war.» Read More
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses Burger King's acquisition of Tim Hortons and weighs in on Warren Buffett's role in financing the deal valued at $11 billion.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses details of the pending merger between Burger King and Tim Horton, including Warren Buffett's role in the deal.
Becky takes the ALS Ice-Bucket challenge, and passes it along to Warren Buffett. Will he accept her challenge?
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has agreed to pay a $900,000 fine for failure to report a transaction. CNBC's Bertha Coombs has the details.
CNBC's Kate Kelly provides insight to Berkshire Hathaway's 13F filing, and which money managers are jumping into Allergan.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports Berkshire Hathaway has taken a new stake in cable TV operator, Charter Communications and has increased stake in Verizon.
Mary Buffett, Author of The Warren Buffett Stock Portfolio, outlines the strategies that average investors with limited cash can adopt to reap the same financial returns as billionaire Warren Buffet.
A look at Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and CNBC's Carl Quintanilla's video accepting the ice bucket challenge to raise awareness for ALS. Quintanilla has nominated Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett and John Legere.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen, Dominic Chu and Sara Eisen, look at today's "Power Lunch" stories, including Warren Buffett's cash, and a hotel's stringent wedding policy.
Berkshire Hathaway beat the Street's estimates on both the top and bottom line. Jay Gelb, Barclays Capital analyst, and Jeff Matthews, RAM Partners discuss what Warren Buffett's next big acquisition might be.
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses the quarterly earnings of Berkshire Hathaway and where he sees value in the U.S. marketplace. Cramer says there is value in oil if oil can stabilize.
A testy moment at the Delivery Alpha conference when Nelson Peltz, the founding partner and chief executive officer of Trian Fund Management and a major holder of Pepsi, took issue with CNBC's interviews with legendary investor Warren Buffett, a long-time investor of rival Coca Cola.
What's better than an autograph? How about a "selfie" of Warren Buffet and Paul McCarthy sitting on a park bench.
Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, and Sheldon Adelson teamed up on a New York Times op-ed to discuss the country's immigration system. CNBC contributor James Pethokoukis, and CNBC's John Harwood, discuss immigration reform.
Shares of Coca-Cola are spiking. CNBC's Becky Quick provides insight to Warren Buffett denying money manager David Winters' reported comments speculating that Coca-Cola could be taken private.
How was it possible that Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Capital had become Allergan's largest shareholder without anyone knowing? The NYT reports.
Jordan Hansell, chairman & CEO of NetJets, discusses the business of private jets and the company's plans to expand into China.
Is Kellogg on Warren Buffett's shopping list? Scott Rothbort, Lake View Asset Management president, and Mark Hake, Hake Capital Management, debate whether Kellogg is Buffett's kind of company.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway may have an interest in buying Kellogg. Chu breaks down the characteristics of Kellogg.
Ted O'Glove, "The Quality of Earnings" author, makes the case for breaking up Berkshire Hathaway's company to unlock more value for shareholders. Tom Russo, Gardner, Russo and Gardner LLC, strongly disagrees.