Bloomberg announced a new video series featuring business and cultural luminaries like Warren Buffett, Steven Soderbergh, and the Dalai Lama at its NewFront presentation this afternoon in New York City. At the same time, the companyShow More Summary
At “Woodstock for Capitalists,” Mr. Buffett cautioned against killing “the golden goose,” saying instead that we “need to make more eggs.”
At least two prominent billionaires believe the arrival of self-driving cars will eventually spell the end of the auto insurance industry. Speaking on CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Monday morning, Warren Buffett and Bill Gates said they believe autonomous vehicles will upend car insurers. Show More Summary
It's just exhausting how much better he is at investing.
Bill Ackman didn't back down from a long-running war of words with legendary investors Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger at Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) over the business practices of top holdings. Read More »
Any moment now we expect Paul Krugman to come out with an op-ed suggesting that not just Time magazine, but Charlie Munger is the latest to join the ZH payroll, following some unexpected comments by Warren Buffett's right hand man earlier today on CNBC when he said that "the U.S. Show More Summary
Berkshire Hathaway (BRKB) chairman and CEO Warren Buffett was on CNBC this morning with anchor Becky Quick, speaking from the company’s annual shareholder meeting in Omaha, and addressing the topic of his firm’s investment in International Business Machines (IBM). The channel noted that Buffett’s cost basis for IBM is $170, well above the $145.09 at which it trades […]
This past weekend, Berkshire Hathaway held the 51st edition of its annual meeting. Berkshire CEO Warren Buffett and vice chairman Charlie Munger held court for six hours, fielding questions from journalists, analysts, and Berkshire shareholders. What...Show More Summary
Warren Buffett trashes Valeant, hedge fund fees; Marissa Mayer gets $55 million if ousted; Now You Can Get Pizza In A Pizza Box Made Out Of Pizza; and more.
He thinks the stock market will do just fine
If you ever wondered if you’re more like Warren Buffett, MC Hammer, or Macaulay Culkin, you’ve come to the right place today :) I stumbled across this “2-Minute Financial Assessment” by the folks at co-opcreditunions.org, and it basically gives you a general look at how you’re doing with your finances right now. Show More Summary
Warren Buffet has built quite a name for himself over the decades as a shrewd investor, but is there now a growing point of weakness in his empire? To be blunt, just how dependent is Warren Buffet’s financial position on the continued...Show More Summary
When asked at the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting if Donald Trump might harm his company's interests if elected president, Warren Buffett told his investors if that happened, his company's fortunes wouldn't be "the main problem." He said, "In my lifetime, GDP per capita in real terms has gone up six for one... Show More Summary
Trying to assess the valuation of a stock market is a difficult task. While there are a number of alternatives, famed investor Warren Buffett cited his favorite stock market valuation indicator in a 2001 interview with Fortune Magazine. Could the iconic investor be wrong? Read this and draw your own conclusions.
No president will derail the U.S. economy, Warren Buffett said at the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting.
Warren Buffett on Saturday defended several of Berkshire Hathaway Inc's larger or struggling investments, including Coca-Cola and the BNSF railroad. Speaking at Berkshire's annual shareholder meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, Buffett alsoShow More Summary
Berkshire Hathaway has been a successful company, to put it mildly. Over the years Warren Buffett's and Charlie Munger's firm has had a bit of a golden touch, but that may also be its downfall according to its CEO. "Size is the enemy...Show More Summary
Warren Buffett is not a fan of Valeant Pharmaceuticals. And he never was. At Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting on Saturday, Buffett expressed disappointment over the direction of the company and called it a "Wall Street scheme." "In...Show More Summary
At Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting on Saturday, the question of Warren Buffett's Coke consumption came up again. Coca-Cola is one of Berkshire's "big four" investments, and Buffett has been a fervent ambassador of the company's flagship...Show More Summary
Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett have often argued that it's smart to "i nvest in a business any fool can run, because someday a fool will." Or, as Buffett explained it in more detail back in 2010 in an interview with the FCIC: "IfShow More Summary