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Download the full transcript of Warren Buffett's headline-generating live interview on June 24, 2009 with CNBC's Becky Quick.
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Warren Buffett appeared live on CNBC with Becky Quick today, Wednesday, June 24, 2009. Buffett told us the economy is in a "shambles" with no signs of a recovery anytime soon. He also criticized Apple for not disclosing earlier that CEO Steve Jobs had received a liver transplant. This is a transcript of their conversation.
In a live interview on CNBC today, Warren Buffett said there has been little progress over the past few months in the "economic war" being fought by the country. "We haven't got the economy moving yet."
Warren Buffett told CNBC that Apple has been too secretive about the health problems facing CEO Steve Jobs, saying the company should have immediately disclosed Jobs' liver transplant.
Warren Buffett's latest assessment of the U.S. economy will be a prime topic of conversation later this morning when he appears live on CNBC television. Buffett is scheduled to be interviewed by Squawk Box co-anchor Becky Quick at 11:45a ET, just before he hosts a charity lunch at New York's Smith & Wollensky steakhouse.
Newsletter writer and frequent CNBC guest Dennis Gartman isn't standing behind his reported "Warren Buffett is an idiot" quote. But Gartman does tell CNBC it's "inexcusable" that Berkshire Hathaway fell 45 percent in one year because Buffett didn't do enough to "mitigate" his losses in a tough market environment.
Warren Buffett is scheduled for a live interview on CNBC television this coming Wednesday morning at 11:45a ET on The Call. Squawk Box's Becky Quick will be speaking with Buffett in New York City, just before his lunch with last year's charity auction high bidder.
Microsoft's Bill Gates says the best advice he's ever gotten from his friend and fellow billionaire Warren Buffett is to keep things simple.
Bidding is now underway for an opportunity to have lunch with Warren Buffett. Last year, the winner paid $2.1 million. This year may be another story.
It’s been a ‘V-shape’ market since March and a healthy correction would enable this market to have a longer life, said Lawrence Glazer, managing director at Mayflower Advisors.
Is it still safe to sell the rips and buy the dips? Or is something ominous lurking on the horizon?
Options on Berkshire Hathaway's Class B shares begin trading today on the Chicago Board Options Exchange. Warren Buffett, however, probably isn't interested.
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Lunch with Warren Buffett doesn't come cheap. Bidding on eBay for this year's "Power Lunch with Warren Buffett" begins this coming Sunday, June 21 at 10p ET. If you want to get into the action, be prepared. Last year, the lunch sold for $2.1 million.
The new General Motors may surprise people on the upside when the company emerges out of bankruptcy, said Roger Altman, former deputy treasury secretary and chairman of Evercore Capital Partners.
The market is way ahead of itself and it is time to sell into the rally, said Peter Costa, president of Empire Executions, and Dave Rovelli, managing director at Canaccord Adams.
Warren Buffett's big jewelry retailer in Omaha is feeling the recession's sting. In another sign that even 'luxury' stores backed by billionaires aren't immune to the economic downturn, Borsheim's has laid off 13 employees.
Nobody should buy a stock and nobody should buy a bond, said John Bogle, founder and former CEO of The Vanguard Group.