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28th February 2015

Warren Buffett Explains His Cozy Embrace

Pour yourself an ice-cold Coke and ponder the wisdom of America's most beloved octogenarian/toddler.

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28th February 2015

Charlie Munger's Warren Buffett Tell-All

The Berkshire vice chairman says standard corporate practices don't leave room for a Buffett.

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28th February 2015

When Will Republicans Start Governing?

This is the year Republicans said they would prove they can govern.

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28th February 2015

Ritholtz's Reads: Of Greenbacks and Grammar

Settle into to your favorite easy chair, pour yourself some freshly brewed Sumatra coffee and enjoy these longer-form weekend reads.

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28th February 2015

Nemtsov's Murder Shakes Russian Opposition

Kasparov tells Eli Lake: "Who ordered it? I don't care. Putin must be held responsible for the murder of Boris."

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28th February 2015

The Russia That Died With Boris Nemtsov

One cannot help but wonder what Russia would have been like had Boris Nemtsov become president in Vladimir Putin's place.

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27th February 2015

How Spock Became a Sex Symbol

In an important way, Leonard Nimoy was Spock.

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27th February 2015

Argentina's Bonds Are Doing So Well, It Tried to Sell More

Just because you sell bonds in London doesn't necessarily mean you didn't sell them "exclusively within" Argentina.

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27th February 2015

Leonard Nimoy, Liberal Cold Warrior

"Star Trek" reminds us that from 1932 through 1967 an aggressive and collaborative foreign policy was central to liberalism.

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27th February 2015

It's Not About 'The Dress'

Maybe there’s no particular reason that millions of us wanted to spend our Thursday evening playing with a wedding-themed optical illusion, except that we all ended up doing just that.

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27th February 2015

Senators Challenge Obama With New Iran Bill

A bipartisan group of senators introduced new legislation Friday afternoon to mandate Congressional review of any nuclear deal the Obama administration strikes with Iran.

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27th February 2015

War Is Easy for a Candidate

Ah, the joys of being a candidate rather than a president.

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27th February 2015

Leonard Nimoy, Always Spock, Always Human

Leonard Nimoy made Mr. Spock almost as much as Mr. Spock made Leonard Nimoy.

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27th February 2015

How to Make It on Wall Street and Live (Almost) Forever

Proof that working on Wall Street and living to a ripe old age don't have to be mutually exclusive.

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27th February 2015

Petrobras Fallout Says One Good Thing About Brazil

Brazil seems to be getting better at bringing crooks to justice.

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27th February 2015

How Jihad Came to Brooklyn

In the West, citizens of Central Asia find more freedom to explore radical Islam then they would have at home.

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27th February 2015

Buffett in the '70s Was the King of Cool

The 1970s was when Warren Buffett began evolving into the master investor he is today.

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27th February 2015

Give Jonathan Gruber a Break

It's been another bad week for Jonathan Gruber, a guy who's had a lot of bad weeks recently.

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27th February 2015

NBA's First Black Player Defined Courage

Earl Lloyd hated being compared to Jackie Robinson. But the comparison is hard to resist.

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27th February 2015

Can Republicans Make the CBO Toe Their Line?

Keith Hall will face pressure to adopt “dynamic scoring,” which involves including a projection of the effects of legislation on economic growth in any estimate of a bill's cost.

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