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Warren Buffett’s favorite steakhouse fits his modest style

Warren Buffett’s favorite steakhouse fits his modest style

Finance
Earlier this month, I went to Omaha, Nebraska to cover Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder meeting and had the chance to eat at Gorat's, Warren Buffett's favorite steakhouse. Being there, it became clear why the humble stock market sage likes it so much: It doesn't go out of its way to make a splash. Buffett, one of the richest men in the world, drives around in a car he reportedly bought for less than $ 50,000. He also lives in the same house he bought for $ 31,500 in 1958. For breakfast, Buffett goes to McDonald's, where he spends no more than $ 3.17, and eats alone. In many ways, Gorat's strikes the same modest, low-ke...
Rihanna's see-through outfit divides fans: 'That's not style, that's nude'

Rihanna's see-through outfit divides fans: 'That's not style, that's nude'

Entertainment
Known for her raunchy sense of style, Rihanna has never been afraid to flash the flesh when it comes to her wardrobe.And Rihanna’s Coachella outfits have certainly taken things up a notch in the sexy stakes.Posting on the official Rihanna Instagram page, the Fenty makeup mogul looked sensational in a very revealing outfit.In what can only be described as a see-through piece of fabric wrapped around her body, she dared to bare her killer curves.Inevitably, the transparent ensemble exposed her braless assets, meaning she risked flouting Instagram's no-nipple guidelines.And fans flocked to comment on the smoking-hot snaps of the Only Girl (In The World) singer.INSTAGRAM/ RIHANNAEYE-POPPING: Rihanna exposes her assets in Coachella outfitTREND ALERT: Celebs flaunt underwear as outerwear Ce
Charlotte who? Stephen Bear moves on from Crosby woes in epic style

Charlotte who? Stephen Bear moves on from Crosby woes in epic style

Entertainment
INSTAGRAMBEACH BREAK: Stephen Bear is currently in BaliShortly before Christmas the Ex On The Beach hunk begged his Geordie Shore lover to get back with him after their romance crashed and burned in front of the nation.In an emotional Instagram post he wrote: "Dear Charlotte, I really messed up, if I can rewind the clock back maybe I wouldn’t of done the things I did and say. Life’s about making mistakes."I've just been really sad recently and I need to get it off my chest."Charlotte Crosby and Stephen Bear relationship in pictures They're both two of the hottest reality stars on TV at the moment! See their relationship in picturesINSTAGRAMHURT: Stephen Bear begged Charlotte to take him back “” He continued: "I know being with me isn’t easy and I will probably send
Hero World Challenge: Tiger Woods returns in style at Albany

Hero World Challenge: Tiger Woods returns in style at Albany

Sports
Tiger Woods' return went about as well as he could have hoped. Playing in his first competitive tournament since the Dubai Desert Classic last February, Woods carded a 3-under-par 69 Thursday in the opening round of the Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Course in The Bahamas. Woods had five birdies against two bogeys during the round. The former longtime world No. 1 and 14-time major champion shot a 1-under 35 on the front nine with a birdies at the par-5, 572-yard No. 3 and par-3, 216-yard No. 8 holes opposite a bogey at No. 9. Woods opened the back nine with a birdie at No. 10 and rolled in back-to-back birdies at Nos. 13-14 before bogeying No. 15. He finished with three straight pars, placing him three shots behind leader Tommy Fleetwood of England. "I didn't know what I could do," Wo...
Pakistan win Champions Trophy in style – report & highlights

Pakistan win Champions Trophy in style – report & highlights

Sports
Media playback is not supported on this device Champions Trophy final, The OvalPakistan 338-4 (50 overs): Fakhar 114, Azhar 59, Hafeez 57*India 158 all out (30.3 overs): Pandya 76, Amir 3-16, Hasan 3-19Pakistan won by 180 runsScorecardPakistan produced an incredible display to thrash fierce rivals India and win the Champions Trophy at The Oval. Fakhar Zaman hit a spectacular century to propel Pakistan to 338-4 in the scorching south London sunshine. Mohammad Amir then tore through the India top order to help reduce the defending champions to 54-5. India eventually limped to 158, Pakistan winning by 180 runs to take their first global 50-over title since 1992. Watch extended highlights on BBC Two at 23:15 BST (23:45 in Wales and 00:10 in ...