Buffett's buying planes and mortgages

2 deals for Berkshire Hathaway as it makes an offer for mortgage lender ResCap and adds up to 425 planes to its NetJets fleet.

The Buzz Videos
  • Take me out to the stock market 

    Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway and Pepsi are two of several publicly traded companies with ties to America's pastime. Play ball!

  • Target has its groove back 

    Investors and consumers seem to have forgotten about the big data breach. Target's stock is at an all-time high. Wall Street loves what new CEO Brian Cornell is doing.

  • Thanks, Rihanna! Nightmare may be over for DreamWorks 

    DreamWorks Animation desperately needed its new movie 'Home' -- which features the voices of Rihanna and Jim Parsons -- to be a hit. It turned out to be a 'Home' run.

  • BlackBerry back on track? 

    The company actually reported a profit and it increased its cash position. But BlackBerry's sales continue to plunge as the company faces challenges in the competitive smartphone market.

  • The wealthiest man in Ohio is a lingerie salesman 

    L Brands CEO Les Wexner is worth more than $7.5 billion. He founded the company that owns Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works and he hasn't lost his touch. The stock is near its all-time high.

  • Macaroni & cheers! Buffett's Heinz buys Kraft 

    Heinz, owned by Berkshire Hathaway and private equity firm 3G, are scooping up the maker of Velveeta. Will Warren Buffett look to acquire even more food companies?

  • SeaWorld fights back against 'Blackfish' backlash 

    SeaWorld's attendance, revenues and stock have fallen due to concerns about the treatment of its killer whales. Is a new ad campaign too little too late?

  • Social media stocks are not a bubble 

    Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter may be a bit pricey. But these leading social media firms are profitable and growing. This is probably not a repeat of 2000.

  • Swoosh! Nike pops despite strong dollar 

    Nike's guidance for its future orders was surprisingly weak. But that's only because of the dollar's surge. Investors are excited that demand remains strong, especially in China and Europe.

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