Your Evening Briefing
Here are today's top stories
Warren Buffett has a warning for weekend watchers of Berkshire Hathaway's earnings. Expect "truly wild and capricious swings" thanks to a new accounting rule.
Elon Musk said he regrets blowing up at analysts on Tesla's earnings call, but pledged to "burn" short-sellers he says are trying to bring down the electric carmaker.
A small college's endowment manager beat Harvard University's $37 billion behemoth with everyday index funds.
How much is a haircut in a collapsing Venezuelan economy? It will cost you five bananas and two eggs. A parking space can be had for a baguette.
What's Sid Verma thinking? The Bloomberg Markets reporter is reminiscing about the days when weaker economic data gave bulls cause for joy. In Europe, happy days are here again.
What you’ll need to know tomorrow
- Before sending people, NASA heads to Mars Saturday to check on Marsquakes.
- The NFL's cheerleader problem is back.
- Trump has a time and place for the North Korea summit. But he won't tell.
- Walmart beats Amazon to the punch in the fight for global expansion.
- Robots replacing bank employees? The day of doom is here.
- Ferrari supercars are selling like crazy.
- Maybe it's finally time to take that Hawaiian vacation. The airlines think so.
What you’ll want to read tonight
Will Justify meet expectations at the Kentucky Derby? Our David Papadopoulos isn't buying it. Three years ago, it was American Pharoah. This year, it’s an imposing chestnut colt by the name of Justify. The hype has been crazy from the moment the horse set foot in Bob Baffert’s barn. Jockeys, grooms, hotwalkers, clockers, racing touts, coffee-stand vendors, even Baffert himself. But on Saturday, all will be revealed.
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