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Nico Rosberg brushed aside any suggestions that he will enjoy an easy drive to his first drivers' championship after cruising to a seventh consecutive victory in Sunday's Russian Grand Prix. The 30-year-old German, winner of all four races this year and seven in succession including last season, said he expects his Mercedes team-mate, defending world champion Lewis Hamilton, to mount a strong challenge to him – despite his 43-point lead. Hamilton finished second on Sunday after another weekend of mechanical problems and other setbacks, having escaped a damaging collision on the opening lap for the first time this year.
Warren Buffett, the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Inc, is known for his keen eye for a bargain. Shareholder Shelli Clausen thought a $5 kitchen spatula from Berkshire's Pampered Chef business fit the bill. "It's a good buy, and it's fun to get the good deals," she said while waiting in a line a couple of hundred deep in downtown Omaha's CenturyLink Center, where Buffett had addressed shareholders and taken questions.