Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett has teamed up with Jeff Bezos of Amazon and Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan to launch a new healthcare company. The vision’s still fuzzy, but it aims to cut costs and boost satisfaction with a potentially revolutionary employee health care plan.
In the 10th edition of their annual letter, Melinda and Bill Gates took on President Trump’s “America First worldview,” with Melinda writing: “I wish our president would treat people, and especially women, with more respect when he speaks and tweets.”
In a New Year’s post on Facebook, founder Mark Zuckerberg said the social network was making too many mistakes enforcing policies and preventing misuse. Facebook has been criticized for allowing “fake” news, including some paid for by Russians, to spread during the U.S. elections.
Cycling legend Lance Armstrong, who had his 7 Tour titles stripped for steroid use, will host a reception for ‘Icarus,’ Netflix’s Oscar-nominated doping documentary. “It’s hard to imagine that I could be blown away by much in that realm but I was. Incredible work @bryanfogel!" Armstrong tweeted.
Beyoncé took home $105 million pretax last year, according to Forbes, due largely to her Formation World Tour -- bypassing Taylor Swift as the highest-earning female musician. And she welcomed twins. Bey is now the second highest-earning celeb behind Diddy.
Singer Jennifer Lopez and baseball pro Alex Rodriguez detailed their romance in the cover story of Vanity Fair’s December issue. "I think he thought I was going to be this loud person, but I'm not. I just listen,” said Lopez.