From smart bracelets to smart engagement rings, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is getting into wearable technology. Richline, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Berkshire, is launching a smart-jewelry line called Ela. With Apple’s smartwatch...Show More Summary
The 32-year-old painter said Google's parent, Alphabet Inc., had bought his art company in exchange for a chunk of stock that made him wealthier than Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates, Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s Warren Buffett and...Show More Summary
Noted rich person Warren Buffett spiced up his NCAA tournament bracket challenge this year for the people who work for his Berkshire Hathaway companies: Anyone who picked the first two rounds correctly (48 games) would get $1 million per year for the rest of their lives. Anyone who picked just the first round correctly (32 […]
Morgan Stanley initiated coverage of Berkshire Hathaway (BRKA) on Monday with an Equal-Weight rating and a price target of $275,000. Shares recently traded at around $258,940. A post-election run-up of 20% doesn't exactly make Warren Buffett's brainchild cheap by any measure, but Morgan Stanley analysts say that potential tax reform, U.S. Show More Summary
The Oracle of Omaha famously shunned tech stocks but Berkshire Hathaway grew too big to stay focused on his "cigar butt" theory of investing.
This year's installment focuses on the concept of home and the first spot, entitled "Place," shows people in places near and far from where they live who still maintain a connection to the place they call "home."...
Investors had a lot to say about a purely theoretical deal proposed last week. Following AIG CEO Peter Hancock's announcement that he would resign as soon as a successor was found, KBW analyst Meyer Shields floated the idea of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (BRKA) buying AIG. Show More Summary
Pershing Square's Bill Ackman once predicted Valeant would be the next Berkshire Hathaway, saying its shares could hit $330 took a roughly $4 billion loss on the embattled drugmaker as he reported his complete exit overnight. As we detailed previously, the sale ends Mr. Show More Summary
American International Group chief Peter Hancock announced that he would step down once a successor was named and Carl Icahn quickly tweeted his support. Shares climbed on the news. There's a debate over whether the insurer's (AIG) woes...Show More Summary
Berkshire Hathaway's average annual returns are declining, but that has more to do with the company's vast size.
Betting against Apple, Berkshire Hathaway and/or Warren Buffett has never really been a wise move.
Last week, I wrote about Buffett's bet with the hedge fund industry (for more on that, go here). I also advised readers to check out Buffett's letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, which
Charlie Munger dropped out of college, served as a meteorologist in the US Army Air Corps, and graduated from Harvard Law. And then he met Warren Buffett, and the rest is history. As vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, Munger is Buffett's right-hand man. Show More Summary
On April 3rd, 2017, Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) will receive $148 million dollars in dividend income from their 400 million shares of Coca-Cola (KO). This comes out to roughly $1.644 million in dividend income per day, $68,500...Show More Summary
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett likes Apple: In an interview on CNBC on Monday, he revealed his company, Berkshire Hathaway, had doubled its holding in Apple, bringing its stake to $18 billion, or 133 million shares. Clearly, the...Show More Summary
Berkshire Hathaway has the nation’s best NCAA Tournament office pool.
Berkshire Hathaway’s stake in Apple checks many of the boxes of Warren Buffett’s biggest investments: a strong brand name, a relatively low valuation and consistent share buybacks and dividends.
Billionaire Warren Buffett has a long history of telling dirty old man style stories to explain boring business stuff. Most people usually overlook the creepiness because the Berkshire Hathaway CEO has cultivated a folksy manner andShow More Summary
Warren Buffett is offering his 367,000 Berkshire Hathaway employees $1 million a year for life if they can pick the Sweet 16 teams in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Yes, they are hiring!
Employees at Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway have the chance to score some serious cash off the company's billionaire founder this March. On Monday, Buffett — a long-time March Madness fan — announced an unprecedented giveaway on...Show More Summary