Berkshire currently does not pay a dividend, but what about in the post-Buffett era? Here's what our analysts think.
There are more billionaires now than ever before, but which ones are the best ones for investors to pay attention to?
Why investors should care more about a bank's book value per share rather than its share price.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway controls a wide range of businesses, and one of them is is in the middle of a phenomenal run.
Timeless lessons for Berkshire's top managers -- and everyone else.
Who’ll run Berkshire Hathaway when Buffett’s gone? A number of names have been tossed about, and all of them are qualified. But it’s possible Warren may not have even met his successor yet.
What stocks will Buffett target in 2015?
Buffett first bought into Wells Fargo in 1989 and then in 1990. 25 years later, the Oracle of Omaha is still a Wells Fargo bull.
Since Buffett bought a stake in IBM more than 3 years ago, its stock price has performed terribly. But it turns out, this is exactly what he hoped for.
Evaluating the pros and cons of two very successful bank investors.