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Investor relations executives at GE have been poking fun at an analyst report that says CFO Jeff Bornstein could replace Jeff Immelt within a year.
For a fan of Warren Buffett, 48 year-old hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson sure picked an odd way to get attention.
Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett called 2014 "a good year for Berkshire on all major fronts except one" and repeated his mantra that a "motherlode of opportunies runs through America."
The more complex the investing world gets, the more appealing Berkshire Hathaway's chairman becomes.
The rise in volatility over the past six months has given a big lift to shares of exchanges and other financial-market toll takers.
Why the trillion dollars of U.S. corporate cash “trapped” overseas isn’t as much of a problem as you might think.
AutoZone's buyback-fueled strategy to grow earnings per share looks to be running out of gas.
Whether spurred on by activists or acting on their own, these companies have strong potential for dividends and buybacks.
More activists are going after big companies not to change management but to unload their cash.
Fifth Street and Medley Capital slashed dividends Monday, but the outlook for investors in business development companies, or BDCs is generally pretty good.