Arnold Schwarzenegger Falls for Snapchat but Should Investors Pile In?

By CCN: Arnold Schwarzenegger, star of “The Terminator” (and nothing else lately), found himself the victim of an assault at an event in South Africa. While attending “Arnold Classic Africa” in Johannesburg, which features a wide array of sporting events and physical activities, the 71-year-old “Last Action Hero” was filming participants when he received a …

Tech-Averse Warren Buffett’s Company Wolfs $900 Million in AMZN Stock

By CCN: By the end of Wednesday’s trading, Warren Buffett’s company Berkshire Hathaway had a stake in Amazon’s stock worth $904 million, an SEC disclosure reveals. To get a sense of scale for how big Amazon.com is, the $900 million stake in Amazon’s stock only puts Berkshire Hathaway in control of 0.1% of the e-commerce giant’s …

Elon Musk Epically Trolled by Rage 2 in the Most Hilarious Way Possible

By CCN: Highly-anticipated first-person shooter video game Rage 2 hit the stands just a day ago, but it is already making headlines for an entirely different reason – a hilarious easter egg that takes a savage dig at Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Rage 2 Royally Roasts Billionaire Elon Musk PC Gamer’s James Davenport was wandering …

Warren Buffett Is Wrong on Cannabis And It’s Hurting Coca-Cola’s Stock

By CCN: In an interview with Fox Business, Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger of Berkshire Hathaway revealed they would not be a fan of Coca-Cola getting into the cannabis business. Munger said: “It would be a big mistake. [Coca-Cola has] got such a wholesome image and cannabis doesn’t. It’s that simple.” Buffett added: “There’s something …

Warren Buffett Buys the Slump on Dubai’s Plummeting Property Market

By CCN.com: Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has announced plans to enter Dubai’s real estate market. His company, Berkshire Hathaway, is surprisingly eyeing an expansion into Dubai at a time when the region’s real estate market is slumping. Boom and Bust Cycles Ever since the oil slump of 2014, Dubai’s economy never fully recovered. Prices have …

Facebook Sets Ugly Precedent by Censoring Alex Jones

By CCN: Facebook announced today that it’s banning some of its most bombastic pundits for violating its policies against dangerous or violent individuals and organizations. Those banned included InfoWars founder Alex Jones and InfoWars lieutenant Paul Joseph Watson. Also booted were Milo Yiannopoulos, Laura Loomer, and Louis Farrakhan. In a statement, the company explained: “We’ve …