Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett isn't a fan of Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Massachusetts) populist style. In a Monday interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box," Buffett argued that Warren should be "less angry and demonizing." "I think that she would do better if she was less angry and demonizing. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett is currently speaking with CNBC's Becky Quick after he released his 50th letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders on Saturday. Among the topics Buffett addressed is the investing challenges Buffett currently faces, and whether it is easier to invest now than it was 20 or 30 years ago. Show More Summary
Legendary investor Warren Buffett doesn't mince his words. In his annual letter for his Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, released Saturday, Buffett revealed that he lost £288 million ($444 million) in the embattled British supermarket and he is "embarrassed" by taking too much time in exiting the beleaguered stock. Show More Summary
CNBC's "Squawk Box" program is live this morning in Omaha, Nebraska to speak with Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett. On Saturday, Buffett published his 50th letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders on Saturday morning. CNBC's Becky...Show More Summary
Berkshire Hathaway founder Warren Buffett has identified his successor - but it’s a secret for the moment. ||| London - Warren Buffett, the 84-year-old Sage of Omaha, has identified his successor, but is not telling anyone who it is yet. Show More Summary
Berkshire Hathaway said at the weekend that fourth-quarter profit slipped 17 percent as investment gains narrowed and underwriting results deteriorated at insurance units. ||| Seattle - Warren Buffett said at the weekend that Berkshire Hathaway had a plan if his eventual replacement as chief executive was not up to the job. Show More Summary
It's jobs week in America, which means we'll get a crucial update on the health of the US economy. However, the investing world will continue to spend some time unpacking Warren Buffett's 2014 letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, which was published on Saturday. Among other things, Buffett revealed some old mistakes. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett’s annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders is full of useful advice for every chairman, CEO and fund manager out there -- if only they'd listen.
Warren Buffett's annual letters to shareholders, in advance of Berkshire Hathaway's festive shareholder meeting, are usually studded with nuggets of investment advice in between updates on how portfolio companies have fared. This year's...Show More Summary
Warren Buffett, the world’s third richest man, has revealed that he regularly drinks five Cokes a day, as part of a diet geared toward prolonging his life by eating like a six-year-old. The 84-year-old Berkshire Hathaway CEO recently...Show More Summary
Billionaire Warren Buffett announced to shareholders on Saturday that Berkshire Hathaway had found the right person to succeed him as CEO, while the company’s vice chairman identified several possible candidates. Both the 84-year-old...Show More Summary
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett hinted Saturday he had found a successor to replace him as he reflected on 50 years in charge of his Berkshire Hathaway (Sao Paolo: BERK34.SA – news) conglomerate in an annual letter to shareholders. The 84-year-old investment guru, ranked by Forbes as the...
Warren Buffett recalls missteps during his five decades with Berkshire Hathaway, a period that saw the company’s stock rise nearly 2 million percent.
Warren Buffett is a fan of Airbnb. The billionaire business magnate, who serves as chairman and chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway, endorsed the room-sharing startup in a Saturday morning letter to shareholders. The so-called Oracle...Show More Summary
By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - Warren Buffett wants to buy more businesses to add to Berkshire Hathaway Inc's "sprawl," but cautioned it may not keep the company he has run for 50 years from evolving into something rarely used to describe it up until now: average. Show More Summary
Berkshire Hathaway: A business anomaly 50 years in the making.
Warren Buffett released his annual letter to shareholders today, and the much-anticipated report has the usual good things to say about the future of his Berkshire Hathaway. But given that Buffett is 84 and has been in charge for 50 years now, business types are anxious to hear about a...
Do you own a business? Are you interested in selling it? If so, Warren Buffett and his team at Berkshire Hathaway might interested in buying it. However, it must at least meet these six criteria. (verbatim from Berkshire Hathaway's 2014...Show More Summary
Berkshire Hathaway is a massive conglomerate. With a market cap over $300 billion, the company directly owns dozens of businesses and holds huge stakes in many more, some of which include America's largest companies like Coca-Cola, IBM, Wells Fargo, and American Express. Show More Summary
Bill Pugliano/Getty Images By Luciana Lopez and Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK -- Warren Buffett told investors Saturday that Berkshire Hathaway had found his successor, giving more details than ever about the heir to the company he has run...Show More Summary