@WSJ writer covering Wall Street and the presidential election, Warren Buffett/Berkshire, whatever else they throw my way. Former M&A reporter.

Hillary Clinton’s Wall Street Dilemma

wsj.com — In the battle for the Democratic nomination, Sen. Bernie Sanders is focused on turning Hillary Clinton's support from the financial industry, one of her longtime political assets, into a weapon against her. Mr. Sanders has targeted Mrs. Clinton's close relationship with Wall Street, saying her history of taking money from big banks and hedge funds shows she isn't a progressive.
Feb 04, 2016

Morgan Stanley VP says Wall St gives to HRC because it agrees w/her on other issues—not b/c she'll go easy on them on.wsj.com/1nQHkU5

Feb 04, 2016

While the Dems debate, read this @PreetaTweets/Brody Mullins piece on Wall St as an asset and weakness for HRC: on.wsj.com/1nQHkU5

Feb 04, 2016

RT @WSJPolitics: WSJ: No one running for president this year has received as much money from Wall St. execs for campaigns as Clinton. wsj.com/articles/hilla…

Feb 04, 2016

RT @WSJPolitics: WSJ: No one running for president this year has received as much money from Wall St. execs for campaigns as Clinton. wsj.com/articles/hilla…

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For the First Time Ever, Warren Buffett Plans to Webcast Berkshire’s Annual Meeting

blogs.wsj.com — Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger are taking their act to the Internet. For the first time in its history, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is planning to webcast its annual meeting, people familiar with the matter said.
Jan 29, 2016

Buffett fans, this could save you a trip to Omaha: Berkshire might webcast the annual meeting Q&A this year on.wsj.com/1RRxkGf

Jan 29, 2016

For the first time ever, Warren Buffett plans to webcast Berkshire's annual meeting. Scoop from @PreetaTweets on.wsj.com/1RRxkGf

Jan 29, 2016

RT @PreetaTweets: Buffett fans, this could save you a trip to Omaha: Berkshire might webcast the annual meeting Q&A this year https://t.co/…

Jan 29, 2016

But who will by the "Berky" briefs now? For the first time ever, Buffett to webcast his annual meeting on.wsj.com/1RRxkGf @preetatweets

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Republicans and Democrats Agree: We Hate Wall Street

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and others have attacked banks; industry considers its response Wall Street is confronting a presidential election unlike any it has seen: One in which the banking industry is denounced by candidates on the left and the right.
Jan 13, 2016

Republicans and Democrats Agree: We Hate Wall Street on.wsj.com/1UOfSjB

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Rising in the Mideast: The World’s New Landlord

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Abu Dhabi sovereign fund looks beyond trophy sites and major cities The four-star Renaissance hotel in Raleigh, N.C., and the cluster of 75 residential apartments in east London called Fizzy Canning Town have little in common except that they share a landlord based in a Middle Eastern desert thousands of miles away.
Dec 20, 2015

ADIA owns a residential development in London called Fizzy Canning Town wsj.com/articles/risin…

Dec 21, 2015

The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority: the world’s new landlord on.wsj.com/1YuMjEN via @WSJ

Dec 21, 2015

RT @NicolasParasie: The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority: the world’s new landlord on.wsj.com/1YuMjEN via @WSJ

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Warren Buffett Goes to Bat for Hillary Clinton on Wall Street

blogs.wsj.com — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been talking tough on Wall Street, but that's yet to stop finance industry bigwigs from opening up their checkbooks for her. On Wednesday night, Blackstone Group LP President and COO Hamilton "Tony" James held a fundraiser at his Manhattan home for Mrs. Clinton. Mrs.
Dec 10, 2015

Warren Buffett goes to bat for Hillary Clinton on Wall Street on.wsj.com/1IXJcxR

Dec 10, 2015

Warren Buffett goes to bat for Hillary Clinton on Wall Street, hanging out with PE, banking types on.wsj.com/1IXJcxR via @WSJPolitics

Dec 10, 2015

RT @PreetaTweets: Warren Buffett goes to bat for Hillary Clinton on Wall Street, hanging out with PE, banking types on.wsj.com/1IXJcxR via @WSJPolitics

Dec 10, 2015

Warren Buffett goes to bat for Hillary Clinton on Wall Street on.wsj.com/1IXJcxR via @WSJPolitics

Dec 10, 2015

Warren Buffett is helping Hillary Clinton raise money from Wall Street. on.wsj.com/1IXJcxR

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Trio Builds Consumer-Goods Empire

wsj.com — When Caribou Coffee Co. agreed to be sold this week for $340 million, the coffeehouse operator entered the fold of a little-known company that three deal guys are building into a consumer-products powerhouse. The men-Peter Harf, Bart Becht and Olivier Goudet-manage the money of one of Germany's wealthiest families, the Reimann family.
Dec 07, 2015

In light of the JAB/Keurig deal, airing my '12 profile w/ @emilyglazerWSJ of JAB, the consumer-goods empire builder: on.wsj.com/12GIoJT

Por qu� Warren Buffett y Wall Street se tiran dardos

expansion.com — La relación de Wall Street con el famoso inversor se ha vuelto muy irascible y ha reavivado las quejas de que al presidente de Berkshire Hathaway le gusta jugar con sus propias reglas. El pasado octubre, Warren Buffett comparó a los inversores de Wall Street con tiburones que "tienen que seguir nadando".

Buffett Bolts From Herd in Bet on Big Blue

wsj.com — Berkshire Hathaway bought more shares of IBM in the third quarter, taking advantage of the stock's slide As other investors bail out of IBM, Warren Buffett keeps piling in. Berkshire Hathaway Inc. bought more shares of International Business Machines Corp.

Warren Buffett adds AT&T to portfolio, cuts stakes in Goldman, Wal-Mart

marketwatch.com — Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway shaved its holdings in Goldman Sachs and Wal-Mart during the third quarter, freeing up cash for the purchase of Precision Castparts. But the Oracle of Omaha also added to his position in International Business Machines and reported a new stake in AT&T according to quarterly 13-F filings released Monday.

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Continues Building IBM Position

blogs.wsj.com — Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. confirmed buying more shares of International Business Machines Corp. during the third quarter, taking advantage of the stock's recent slide to add to its already large position. The purchase of 1.5 million shares takes Berkshire's IBM holding to 81 million shares, which were valued at $11.75 billion as of Sept.
Nov 16, 2015

RT @erikholmwsj: Berkshire trimmed its positions in Goldman & Wal-Mart to help fund Buffett's big Precision Castparts deal https://t.co/mUP…

Nov 16, 2015

Berkshire trimmed its positions in Goldman & Wal-Mart to help fund Buffett's big Precision Castparts deal on.wsj.com/1kA7YyL $GS $WMT

Nov 16, 2015

Warren Buffet's Berkshire sold Wal-Mart and Goldman stock recently to pay for acquisition on.wsj.com/1kA7YyL via @WSJMoneyBeat $WMT

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Feb 07, 2016

"The boys are with Bernie," so the girls follow:Gloria Steinem. She & Albright scold young women who are for Sanders nytimes.com/2016/02/08/us/…

Feb 05, 2016

@realrobcopeland @bradleyhope on the cult of pain at Bridgewater where Ray Dalio & his No.2 are voting on each other on.wsj.com/1nSbExo

Feb 05, 2016

RT @maggieNYT: Trump, still going home most nights, cancels New Hampshire town hall because of weather and inability to fly

Feb 05, 2016

As Hillary struggles to justify her Wall Street ties, Wall Street justifies its embrace of her: on.wsj.com/1nQHkU5

Feb 04, 2016

RT @nycjim: Bernie: "On our worst days I think I can say we are 100 times better than any Republican candidate.” pic.twitter.com/PKCF3bFlBT

Feb 04, 2016

The business model of Wall Street is fraud. Bernie saying his piece again. If we don't break up banks, we're going to have to bail them out.

Feb 02, 2016

"In fact, a lot of what Sarah Palin says sounds like it’s been poorly translated from the Latin." nyti.ms/1nKGHLB

Feb 02, 2016

@The_Analyst @miriamgottfried Remember they talked to Radioshack about buying some of those stores. They just want the physical space.


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