Warren Buffett warned that "easy lending" in the mid-2000s was artificially inflating home prices. Like many others, however, he did not foresee the devastating impact the housing bubble's collapse would have on the economy as a whole.
Warren Buffett delivered newspapers as a child. He reads five papers every day. He loves them—and for a large time he loved their reliable profits, too. Then the internet came along.
For years, Warren Buffett avoided tech stocks because he didn't "understand" enough to pick future winners. He changes course, however, when he invests in IBM in 2011 — and Apple in 2016.
These crime scene photos, used as evidence in court, show the damage an intentional explosion set by Monserrate Shirley and Mark Leonard had on dozens of homes in their Richmond Hill neighborhood.
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