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Warren Buffett sings with the University of Nebraska cheerleaders during the Berkshire Hathaway Annual shareholders meeting in Omaha.

LANE HICKENBOTTOM/REUTERS

How Warren Buffett's son Howard plans to protect the culture of Berkshire Hathaway.

RIM vs. Microsoft

An epic battle for the leftovers is heating up in mobile as the companies compete for third place.

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Corporate commercial paper hit highs

Buyers include companies with too much cash sitting around.

The world is running out of resources

Recycling, re-manufacturing and the "circular economy" may be the market's warm and fuzzy answer to non-renewables.

Bye-bye BRICs?

Google search results indicate BRICs aren't in the news any more. Investor apathy and disappointing returns is likely to blame.

Not with a bang, but a bump

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Data points show Canada's deteriorating housing market on track for a relatively soft landing.

(Jacqueline Nelson is a Globe and Mail Financial Services Reporter.)

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