We can all buy into Warren Buffett's business through Berkshire Hathaway stock, but do you know what you're actually getting?
Why investors shouldn’t blindly follow Berkshire Hathaway’s decision to reduce its energy holdings in the second quarter.
There are a wide range of business that make up Berkshire Hathaway. But it turns out Warren Buffett recently revealed one of them will be the next big thing.
In his 2013 shareholder letter, Warren Buffett admitted that Berkshire Hathaway Inc. made a big mistake. However, it’s in the ashes of that mistake that we find a Brookfield Asset Management Inc. in search of profits.
For Berkshire Hathaway and 3G Capital, Burger King-Tim Hortons is no one-time deal.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.A)’s Chairman, Warren Buffett surprised the Street today by saying that Tim Hortons Inc. (USA) (NYSE:THI) is more important to Canada than Burger King Worldwide Inc (NYSE:BKW) is to the U.S. The announcement came on the back of the uproar that happened earlier this week, after Burger King Worldwide Inc (NYSE:BKW) announced […]
You can always tell when Warren Buffett gets anxious. At the end of 2007, his firm, Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-A), was sitting on $44 billion in cash and investments. And that was too much money
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is providing $3 billion worth of preferred equity financing for Burger King's merger with Tim Hortons. Buffett's return on that cash will be 9%. On a conference call regarding the merger, Burger King...Show More Summary
In May, billionaire Warren Buffett blasted the very corporate “tax inversion” schemes his firm Berkshire Hathaway is about to finance as part of Burger King relocating its headquarters to Canada to lower its tax burden. CNBC’s Joe Kernan:...Show More Summary
Warren Buffett is a big admirer of 3G, and his conglomerate, Berkshire Hathaway, is helping finance Burger King's $11.4 billion takeover of Tim Hortons.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway will assist with the $11 billion purchase.
1) Buffett And Burger King. Billionaire investor Warren Buffett will help finance Burger King's takeover of Tim Hortons, sources are telling the Wall Street Journal. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway will provide 25% of financing in the form of preferred shares, the Journal said. 2) Onward And Upward With The Stock Market. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Berkshire Hathaway Inc chairman and CEO, Warren Buffett, is helping finance Burger King Worldwide Inc's take over of Canadian chain Tim Hortons Inc, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Show More Summary
There are lots of reasons to consider buying into Berkshire Hathaway.
BYD, the Chinese manufacturer of autos, batteries and phone components that is 10% owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, said on Sunday net profit in the first half of the year declined by 15.5% amid a decline in its traditional automobile business. Net profit fell to 327 million yuan, or $53.3 million, from 427 million [...]
The latest document revealing the stocks that Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway bought and sold is officially in. But some parts of the media may be missing one critical thing.
In his last shareholder letter, Warren Buffett stated that Berkshire Hathaway was planning on future large-scale energy acquisitions to add to its growing energy empire. This article highlights a company right up Buffett's alley that may be in the crosshairs of his acquisition elephant gun.
By Don Dion: Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance Group The general insurance market is Asia is underserved with a rapidly growing middle class and strong economic momentum. This combination of characteristics has piqued the interest of not...Show More Summary
By Saibus Research: Investors should accumulate shares of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.B) (NYSE:BRK.A) on the dips. Berkshire's share price is 13% undervalued relative to the fair intrinsic value of its shares. Berkshire's share price trades at a 42% premium to its Q2 2014 book value, and it should be trading at a 60% premium to its book value. Show More Summary
Even firms as big as Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.A) don’t learn from their past mistakes. This was proved when Warren Buffett‘s Berkshire Hathaway Inc.(NYSE:BRK.A) was fined $900,000 by the US Department of Justice for failure to report a transaction recently, which is its second such ‘mistake’ in last six months. Show More Summary