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  • Biden tells Ackman ‘never disrespect’ memory of his dead son
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    MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Biden tells Ackman ‘never disrespect’ memory of his dead son

    It has been a rough stretch for Wall Street honcho Bill Ackman. The hedge-fund manager, who runs Pershing Square and boasts a net worth of $1.4 billion, reportedly locked horns with former Vice President Joe Biden at a dinner in Las Vegas last month, according to Fox Business. and the New York Post. Biden—still reeling from the death of his 46-year-old son, Beau Biden, who lost a battle with brain cancer two years ago—cited his son’s death as the central reason that he didn’t make a run for the White House in 2016. According to the reports, Biden grew emotional as he explained his decision to a room of high-profile attendees, concluding with, “I’m sorry. I’ve said enough.” At that moment, Ackman

  • Buffett partner Charlie Munger says Al Gore is ‘an idiot’ but became rich with this strategy
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    CNBCyesterday

    Buffett partner Charlie Munger says Al Gore is ‘an idiot’ but became rich with this strategy

    Warren Buffett's top lieutenant, Charlie Munger, told a small group of investors that the simple strategy of buying only service company stocks made former Vice President Al Gore very wealthy. "Al Gore has come into you fellas business. Hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson in one of his email newsletters pointed to the YouTube videos of Munger's informal question-and-answer session held after the Journal meeting, and other investors have confirmed the subject matter of the talk.

  • A 27-year-old with $181,000 in the bank explains the simple calculation that keeps him from overspending
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    Business Insideryesterday

    A 27-year-old with $181,000 in the bank explains the simple calculation that keeps him from overspending

    At just 27 years old, the blogger behind the Money Wizard — who goes by the pen name Sean online — has banked more than $181,000. "Probably what's most driving me [to retire early] — I just want freedom," he told Business Insider. Ultimately, Sean's philosophy for building wealth is based on calculating the value of his time, in dollars.