Berkshire Hathaway has agreed to make a $1.5 billion loan to a unit of Home Capital Group and indirectly purchase $300 million of the company’s stock at a steep discount.
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Located in a quiet neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska lies the home of billionaire Warren Buffett. He bought the house for $31,500 in 1958 or about $250,000 in today's dollars. It's now worth an estimated $652,619. He calls it the "third-best investment he's ever made." Join the conversation about this story »
Berkshire Hathaway, run by Mr. Buffett, agreed to buy a stake in Home Capital, which has struggled amid accusations of fraud.
Uber should take Warren Buffett's advice for finding a CEO to succeed controversial founder Travis Kalanick, says Notre Dame Professor Joseph Holt.
The annual auction selling a private lunch with Warren Buffett cost some generous soul $2.68 billion. Deutsche Bank argues that it might be money well spent.
His portfolio is built on the largest companies in America. Giants like Apple, Deere, and Walmart dominate his holdings. Thanks to his long-term oriented, value-seeking investment method, Warren
Did you know that for more than 30 years, Warren Buffett has used a special tool that lets him buy high-quality stocks for up to 10% off market price? Even more amazing, if the tool "fails"
Buffett and Munger Mike Magee This week the Wall Street Journal editorial page couldn’t help itself. They let loose with a snarky piece titled “California Single-Payer Dreaming” and front-ended their conclusion with the words, “ThisShow More Summary
British investor Jeremy Grantham may not be as well known as Warren Buffett to the general public, but he is considered a giant in the investing world. A co-founder of Boston-based asset management
Warren Buffett must watch some stranger chew on a ribeye for $800K less than last year.
Warren Buffett became one of the richest men on the planet by making smart investments in what many would consider boring, unglamorous businesses. Property-casualty insurance, railroads, soft serve
The winning bidder in legendary investor Warren Buffett’s annual charity auction has pledged $2.68 million for the privilege of eating lunch with the billionaire investor, according to Bloomberg. While the sum is far greater than the...Show More Summary
An annual fund-raising auction on eBay drew 41 bids for the chance to sit down with the billionaire investor.
A bidder on eBay offered nearly $2.7 million to have lunch with the billionaire investor Warren Buffett, as part of an annual auction to benefit a nonprofit organization in San Francisco. The winner, who was not named, offered $2,679,001 just minutes before the five-day auction closed on Friday. He or she, along with up to […]
An anonymous fan of Warren Buffett agreed to pay $2,679,001 at an online charity auction to have lunch with the billionaire chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. The winning bid came in the closing seconds of the five-day eBay auction, which drew 41 bids before ending on Friday night. It was lower...
An anonymous bidder has agreed to pay more than $2.6 million for a private lunch with billionaire Warren Buffett, with the auction proceeds going to a California homeless charity.
We continue to see articles and comments in the financial media proclaiming that stocks are not in a bubble. The people claiming this are either delusional or intentionally lying. Most people would argue that Warren Buffett knows a thing or two about investing. Show More Summary
When he buys a stock, Warren Buffett places more emphasis on one factor above almost any other. In fact, he has mentioned this single trait more than 20 times in his annual shareholder letters
They're just two billionaire buddies wandering through a furniture store, trying out recliners and beds, and getting lost trying to find the exit.