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Feb. 22, 2020, 12:00 p.m. EST

Businesses get bigger butterflies over coronavirus and that’s not good for the economy

By MarketWatch


The hope going into 2020 was that the U.S. economy would get an adrenal rush from stronger business investment after an interim deal that tempered trade tensions with China. Well, those hopes appear to have been dashed. See full story.

Berkshire Hathaway posts $29.2 billion quarterly earnings and holds $128 billion in cash as of Dec. 31

Berkshire Hathaway Inc.‘s earnings surged last year due to unrealized investment gains, but the conglomerate’s cash pile totaled $128 billion as of Dec. 31, the company said Saturday, slightly down from $128.2 billion at the end of the third quarter. See full story.

Domino’s Pizza is doing so well it’s making analysts nervous

Domino’s Pizza reported better-than-expected results, which sent shares surging 28% for the week. See full story.

Here’s everything coming to Netflix in March 2020 — and what’s leaving

Get ready for some more international hits, including ‘Elite’; the return of ‘Ozark’ and Mark Wahlberg as ‘Spenser’ See full story.

Mike Bloomberg said he’ll release ex-employees from NDAs. Here’s why you should think twice before signing one

The billionaire had clashed with Sen. Elizabeth Warren days earlier on nondisclosure agreements. See full story.


‘My grandmother and mother both have lawyers, and they both say that they are going to get this pension. It’s been dragging on for nearly two years.’ See full story.

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