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Health care remains a hugely important sector in the Berkshire portfolio.
Big banks aren't the best choice. Try Visa and MasterCard instead.
AutoZone has aggressively bought back shares even as the company has grown.
The strong rally is attributed to the aggressive fiscal and monetary policies to stabilize eurozone bond markets.
Crude oil prices are often correlated to a falling dollar, but that's not the whole story.
With the euro's future in question, central banks have turned to gold, keeping demand high.
It could be a huge payday for Morgan Stanley, the likely underwriter of the Facebook IPO
Ener1 becomes the third Obama-backed energy company that has filed for bankruptcy.
So says CEO Andrew Mason, who's fond of bizarre metaphors
Investors spooked by a fall in gross margins. Stock still sliding.