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(Click here to subscribe to the Delivering Alpha newsletter.) “It’s very difficult to buy a sports team and lose money,” Carlyle Co-Founder David Rubenstein recently said in an interview for a CNBC podcast.  Historically, that purported upside has only been enjoyed by the wealthiest of the wealthy. But most major U.S. sport leagues have – just within the last
Warren Buffett, Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. David A. Grogan | CNBC Warren Buffett took control of Berkshire Hathaway in 1965, and nearly six decades later as the “Oracle of Omaha” turned 93 Wednesday, his conglomerate is stronger today than it’s ever been. Berkshire shares have roared back to an all-time high on record
(Click here to subscribe to the Delivering Alpha newsletter.) The job market may be strong, but the invisible strings that connect workers to their jobs are increasingly weaker.  Trends such as “lazy girl jobs” and “quiet quitting” have gone viral in a post-pandemic world where young workers are trading ambition for balance. Actors and writers continue to