Published on The Brooklyn Ink on September 11, 2016 The Brooklyn office of the New York parole system at 15 Second Ave. in Gowanus sits at the dead end of the street where the road stops at the famously polluted canal. On an August afternoon, Janine Clark walked out of the white and tan building […]
Published on The Brooklyn Ink on August 4, 2016 Every month at the Mary Star of the Sea Senior Apartments in Carroll Gardens, members of community groups interested in the future of the Gowanus Canal gather to ask officials questions about the cleanup plan, and to bring their comments. One thing the meetings make clear […]
Published on GuruFocus.com on May 10, 2016 Returns so far this year for hedge fund managers have been lacking amid stagnant U.S. growth and struggling economies in Asia. At the annual Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.A) (NYSE:BRK.B) shareholder meeting on April 30, Warren Buffett criticized the high fees at many hedge funds and the high pay given to […]
David Herro is the portfolio manager for Oakmark’s International Fund, International Small Cap Fund, and Global Select Fund. The global investor, who was named Morningstar’s International Stock Fund Manager of the Decade for 2000-2009, recently spoke with GuruFocus for an exclusive interview.
In an interview with CNBC on Oct. 2, Warren Buffett mentioned that he bought new stocks during the market sell-off the day before. The Dow Jones was down 1.4%, and the NASDAQ 1.6%. Nearly all of the stocks in the Dow 30 were in the red.
UTD alum Helen Small had always dreamt of getting a college education. By 2010, she had walked across the stage twice to receive her bachelor’s and master’s degrees, having finally achieved her goal — 72 years after first setting out on her journey.
Looking at the movie theater industry, it’s hard to deny that Brian Schultz helped breathe new life into it when he founded Studio Movie Grill in 1999.