A set of personalized golf clubs once owned by Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett sold for nearly $40,000 at auction.
Buffett confirmed the firm’s investment in Amazon at Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting earlier this month.
“I don’t think the country will go into socialism in 2020, or in 2040, or 2060,” Buffett said.
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“There is nobody better than Jay Powell to be running the Fed,” Buffett said.
The ride-sharing company -- which has raised close to $30 billion in funding since its inception a decade ago -- is expected to go public next week.
Losses from Kraft Heinz battered Berkshire’s fourth-quarter earnings at the end of February.
The company’s net earnings were $21.7 billion, or $13,209 per Class A share.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett seems to be disowning Berkshire Hathaway's purchase of Amazon stocks.
Charlie Munger pursues the passion through his multimillion-dollar philanthropy efforts.
In exchange, Berkshire Hathaway will receive 100,000 shares of cumulative perpetual preferred stock with a value of $100,000 per share.
“The world has changed hugely,” the Berkshire Hathaway CEO said.
“I think he has room for improvement,” Buffett said. “And he would say the same thing.”
The long-running challenge is only open to Berkshire Hathaway’s roughly 400,000 employees.
These are some of the highlights from this year’s letter.
Warren Buffett’s sprawling Berkshire Hathaway released its fourth-quarter earnings on Saturday, .
And with Berkshire’s $116 billion pile of cash, shareholders are eager to find out on Saturday in Buffett’s annual letter whether the “Oracle of Omaha” made any significant purchases in 2018.
The “Oracle of Omaha” will release his widely anticipated annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway Inc. shareholders on Saturday.
Berkshire also bought shares in General Motors and cloud-computing company Red Hat.
Berkshire Hathaway said the simplified offering for small businesses will be rolled out on a state-by-state basis as soon as regulatory filings and approvals are cleared.