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In Omaha, preparing for change at Berkshire Hathaway

The first question Warren Buffett was asked at Berkshire Hathaway Inc's annual meeting on Saturday was whether he was "semi-retired," having given four lieutenants oversight over the company's operating businesses and some investments.

Pension fund leader presses Exxon for more climate details

A top U.S. pension fund manager said Tuesday it was pressing Exxon Mobil Corp for more details about its response to climate change, signaling that a key critic who elicited a report from the oil major last year remains unsatisfied with its answers ahead of the annual meeting this spring.


U.S. intelligence officials brief lawmakers on Russia probe

WASHINGTON U.S. lawmakers, including a senior Democrat, went to the Justice Department for first of two planned classified briefings on Thursday from FBI and intelligence officials on an FBI probe into Russian election meddling after President Donald Trump made unsubstantiated claims about a "spy" being used against his campaign.