Berkshire Hathaway Coverage
Berkshire profits surge – so Warren Buffett buys more of his own stock
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, like the rest of Corporate America, had a miserable first half of 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But as the stock market and economy has rebounded, so have the fortunes of the Oracle of Omaha’s massive conglomerate.
Warren Buffett, now 90, picks a successor - but he's still on the job
Warren Buffett said Monday that Greg Abel, the head of Berkshire Hathaway's non-insurance business, will be his successor -- although Buffett gave no indication that he will give up the top job at the conglomerate anytime soon.
Rich already, Warren Buffett moves to 'mega rich' class with net worth topping $100B
The legendary American investor was worth $100 billion on Thursday, according to the Bloomberg Billionaire's Index. That puts him in the company of just five other men above that threshold. And he's now the sixth richest person in the world.
Invest like Warren Buffett? Here's his latest big bets on stocks - pharmas, T-Mobile
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is making a big bet on the health care sector at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic continues to be a major crisis in the United States. Plus T-Mobile. Here's the latest.
Buffett's profits soar 82% despite pandemic impact on some Berkshire businesses
Warren Buffett's conglomerate reported an 82% jump in its third-quarter profit as the value of its investment portfolio soared, but Berkshire Hathaway said the coronavirus pandemic continued to hurt its assorted businesse.
Elephant shopping: Warren Buffett is struggling to spend his money – $128 billion
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is sitting on $128 billion in cash and looking to make an “elephant-sized acquisition.” But the Oracle of Omaha is having trouble finding the right takeover target.
40,000 off to see the Wizard - Warren Buffett - hoping to gain wisdom
Saturday's main event of Berkshrie Hathaway's annual meeting is expected to draw roughly 40,000 people to an arena where Warren Buffett and Berkshire Vice Chairman Charlie Munger will spend hours answering questions — even though the meeting is now webcast live.