The Oracle goes against the grain and praises the government for guiding the economy through crisis.
The famed investor violated his own rules this year and has come up on the short end.
It's time to end the media's fascination with the Oracle of Omaha, who, despite claims to the contrary, does love publicity.
Warren Buffett studied at Columbia, where new students are following in his footsteps.
The investor says that he bought the famous company to get revenge -- and that he could have made a wiser choice.
It takes more money to nab the title of America's wealthiest man.
While individual investors remain skittish, several top strategists, including Warren Buffett, are sounding optimistic.
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