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Lawmakers behind anti-protest and restrictive voting bills have the backing of major fossil fuel and telecom companies. Duke Energy, Koch Industries, Berkshire Hathaway, AT&T, and Comcast were among the biggest funders.

“Buffett thrives during crises—or he has done in the past—but not so much in this one.” On “Money Talks”, our editors look to the future of Berkshire Hathaway, now that the world’s most celebrated investor has finally named his successor

“Buffett thrives during crises—or he has done in the past—but not so much in this one.” On “Money Talks”, our editors look to the future of Berkshire Hathaway, now that the world’s most celebrated investor has finally named his successor

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“Buffett thrives during crises—or he has done in the past—but not so much in this one.” On “Money Talks”, our editors look to the future of Berkshire Hathaway, now that the world’s most celebrated investor has finally named his successor

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Yo-Yo Ma brightened the days of some MA residents Saturday when he gave an impromptu performance after receiving his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at Berkshire Community College. Take a listen to his beautiful performance! #yoyoma  #berkshire  STORY:

MEDICINE: Oxford's coronavirus vaccine is 'absolutely on track', according to the Chairman of the Berkshire Research Ethics Committee, which approved the trial.

Then I’m going to build a moat & fill it w candy. Warren B will not be able to resist investing! Berkshire Hathaway kryptonite …

BREAKING: Microsoft says Bill Gates stepping down from company's board; comes moments after Berkshire Hathaway said Gates was also stepping down from its board.

Warren Buffett has been donating a portion of his Berkshire Hathaway shares to charity since 2006. According to a press release Monday, the value of Buffett's gifts has totaled $34 billion.

This is appalling: “For his 2018 campaign, King has received contributions from AT&T ($5,000), Berkshire Hathaway ($2,500), the American Bankers Association ($9,000), Land O’Lakes ($2,500), Intel ($2,000), and many others.”

Breaking News: Three corporate giants — Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase — are forming a company that could disrupt U.S. health care

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