Tucked into Berkshire Hathaway's 2015 annual report was a pointed dismissal by Warren Buffett of the growing refrain that the U.S. economy would fail to provide a better lifestyle for future generations than it has in the past. (Reuters)
Buffett answers viewers questions until 9 a.m. ET on CNBC's "Squawk Box," everything from stocks and the economy to big investments like IBM and Coca-Cola to politics.
Democrat Hillary Clinton, who won this weekend's contest in South Carolina by a landslide, tops Bernie Sanders nearly 2-to-1 in three big Super Tuesday contests of Georgia, Tennessee, and Texas, according to a trio of new polls. (NBC News)
Republican Donald Trump was leading in the Super Tuesday states of Georgia and Tennessee, while Ted Cruz was ahead in his home state of Texas, according to those polls. (NBC News)
Meg Whitman, the CEO of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE), who had an official role with Chris Christie's now-suspended presidential campaign, called the New Jersey governor's endorsement of Trump, "political opportunism." (NBC News)
As Apple jousts with the federal government over its request to crack the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino terrorists, the tech giant is expected to release a small-screen iPhone and new iPad on March 21. That's according to a BuzzFeed report.
Google parent Alphabet (GOOGL) could gain at least $3.5 billion in new tax benefits if Intel (INTC) wins its international tax dispute with the IRS. The case involves share-based compensation. (WSJ)