Warren Buffett’s worst year since 2009 splits investors
Barclays said the investment gains could total $7 billion before taxes.
Bill Ackman has found his next big target: Mondelez
As Business Insider's Julia La Roche reported back in June, Ackman said earlier this year...
Bill Ackman gets a taste of his own medicine as Citron Research says Valeant Pharma inflating sales figures
Valeant plunged as much as 40%, p...
Jeff Bezos's ex-wife MacKenzie joins billionaire philanthropist club, pledges $13 mn to charity
The charitable organisation, founded in 2010 by Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, listed MacKenzie Bezos.
How WeWork founder Adam Neumann failed up
How founder of WeWork, Adam Neumann, walked out of the failing company with a massive payout.
Gates, Skoll Corral, Nandan Nilekani partners for Global Impact Fund
Bill Ackman’s foundation provided seed funding for Co-Impact, as did Skoll’s.
Pope’s beef with CDS market is a beef with all markets
On Thursday, Pope Francis delivered a wide-ranging speech about financial markets.
Piyush is not Dead Yet. Neither am I, says WPP chief Sir Martin Sorrell
On being questioned about the succession plan for both Pandey and him (since he’s 70 himself), Sorrell says, “We have succession plans across the top 200 employees, but I’m not going to discuss that with you.”
ADIA to back UPL’s $4.3 billion Arysta buy with $1 billion funding
UPL Corporation, formerly Bio-Win Corporation, houses UPL’s expansive global agrochemicals business, which contributed 87% of its FY18 sales of over $2.7 billion.
Musk's Saudi gambit invites the kind of leverage he doesn't want
The Tesla chief executive officer has said the Saudi Public Investment Fund’s interest alone justified his claim last week that he had the funding secured to buy out some investors.
UPL makes largest foreign buyout, snaps up Arysta Life Science for $4.2 bn in all-cash deal
Arysta Life Science is a global provider of innovative crop protection solutions, including bio solutions and seed treatment.
An idea that had Wall Street totally freaked about stocks last year just popped up again
The idea that the cos that made themselves huge doing deals over the last few years thanks to low interest rates are set to crumble into pieces hit Wall Street.
Hedge fund wolves, your pack is being stalked by lawmakers
Playing the role of Little Red Riding Hood in this wolf tale are Senators Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin and Jeff Merkley of Oregon, with support from Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.
Fund manager John Hempton used to take tips from prostitutes
While John Hempton is known mostly for short-selling, he says he makes his real profits from long term stock picking from various people.
Here's what you need to know about US stocks rally
Stocks rallied to new highs after the afternoon release of the Federal Reserve's March meeting minutes in Washington.
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