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J&J is still the global leader in the category, but says it needs to make a change to stem a sales decline.
Consumers can now buy Schmidt's Naturals personal care products online using bitcoin.
Rapper ASAP Ferg said he hopes to use his partnership with Tiffany to teach "kids about wealth versus being rich and just having gaudy jewelry," the New York Times reports.
The National Retail Federation has enlisted Ben Stein, the comedic economist, to make a commercial to run on Trump's favorite network, Fox, to try to convince him to back away from plans to tax foreign goods, the New York Times reports.
The U.S. retail giant says it will acquire an initial stake of roughly 77 percent in Flipkart.
Jim Cramer argues that Estee Lauder President and CEO Fabrizio Freda has made his cosmetics company a best-of-breed global leader.
Microsoft Co-Founder Bill Gates backed Warren Buffett's decision to up Berkshire's stake in Apple, calling it an "amazing" company.
Warren Buffett believes the rise of autonomous driving cars will hurt the insurance industry.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said Monday he would bet against bitcoin if he could.
"The fact that it's clever computer science doesn't mean it should be widely used," Berkshire's Charlie Munger says of bitcoin.
Charlie Munger, the vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, says his family is "substantially" invested in China, where they began investing 14 years ago.
Warren Buffett predicts the U.S. and China will avoid trade war.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett says he respects the efforts of Elon Musk, head of electric car maker Tesla.
"There's a huge loyalty factor, but it's not as strong as it was," billionaire investor Warren Buffett says.
Warren Buffett says he is looking to invest more of his company's massive cash horde.
Warren Buffett is fan of Apple's large stock buyback program.
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