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Billionaire Charlie Munger tells CNBC the U.S. health-care system is "ridiculous" in its complexity.
Warren Buffett said Bogle "probably (has) done more for the average investor than any man in the country."
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The activist spoke to hundreds of women entrepreneurs at a Create & Cultivate conference in New York.
The U.K. added 14 new billionaires last year, bringing the total to a record 134, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.
The Pershing Square manager spoke at the Sohn Investment Conference in New York.
A survey reveals a majority of small-business owners want Obamacare repealed due to spiraling insurance costs.
The Halo is part of a new generation of drones that is improving aerial photography, and catching on in Hollywood.
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One technician sees oil, pinned below $50, more than doubling its current price per barrel.
While the US is fighting China to keep AI talent, uneasiness with the new US administration is making some tech talent look north.
Even before the proposal passed the House, several Republicans in the Senate signaled that it could see major revisions.
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The bill passed 217 to 213, with all 193 Democrats voting against it. Twenty Republicans also opposed the bill.
Oil prices could struggle to return to their 2017 highs even if OPEC extends output cuts after this week's sell-off.