Video game maker Electronic Arts is on a remarkable run. Consumers and investors are excited for its Star Wars: Battlefront game this November. And EA mints money from its sports games like Madden and FIFA.
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger have been leading Berkshire Hathaway for 50 years. Paul R. La Monica asks 91-year-old Munger how much longer they can keep the massive shareholder meeting going.
McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook aims to modernize the fast food company after recent poor performance.
It's not like we expected these guys to say negative things about their boss to CNN, especially since they work for Warren Buffett. But talking to the CEOs of Brooks Running, Dairy Queen and Justin Brands sheds some light onto the Oracle of Omaha's management style.
Jim Rogers, who is famous for his sometimes unconventional advice, tells Andrew Stevens there are opportunities waiting to be discovered in North Korea, Iran, and Russia.
A report criticized Berkshire Hathaway's Clayton Homes of predatory lending, but Vice Chairman Charlie Munger says the housing company is 'a very honorable place.'
Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman talks about the 2016 presidential election and why the Republican candidates now are better than "the seven dwarfs" who ran in 2012.
Kimbal Musk, Elon Musk's brother and Tesla board member, says the company's home battery will save consumers 25% on electricity bills. He also offers insight into Elon's quirky personality.
Billionaire Boone Pickens is confident the price of oil will recover by the end of the year.