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Buffett Gives a Low Mark to His 1999 Investment Performance
The Oracle of Omaha gives himself a 'D' in the subject of capital allocation.
Enron's Action Raises Doubts About Utility Ownership Strategies
As others have before it, the unregulated energy firm gets out of the regulated power business, just two years after buying in.
Does Buffett's MidAmerican Maneuver Mean the Electricity Business is Sexy Again?
Don't bet on it -- the purchase says more about Warren's friendships than it does about the state of American utilities.
Debate on What's Next Rages as Blue-Chips Sell Off Hard
Bond yields are at two-year highs and the Dow is sporting a triple-digit decline, with Wall Streeters unsure how to read their own sentiment.
Sumner Redstone's Wife Files for Divorce; Ford Strike in Canada Looking Less Likely
Also, Bovespa trading starts staying up late and MCI WorldCom mines the Net.
Tips for Retirees to Deal with Falling Stocks and Bonds
The markets' slide particularly hurts retirees, who may have to sell some of their stocks and bonds to finance spending.
Alphabet CEO Pichai Continues to Sound Alarm About the Economy
The parent company of Google and Youtube is preparing for a sharp deterioration in the health of the economy.