Berkshire Hathaway isn't known for its dividends, and Warren Buffett has revealed why his company will never pay one.
Warren Buffett is saving billions for Berkshire Hathaway shareholders by buying businesses with asset swaps.
The latest filing is in, and we now know what stocks Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway bought and sold in the third quarter of this year.
Today we learned Berkshire Hathaway would be buying Duracell from Procter & Gamble for $4.7 billion, and all signs indicate Warren Buffett has once again made another tremendous deal.
Warren Buffett is spending $4.7 billion in Duracell via a smart move saving huge sums of money in taxes for Berkshire Hathaway. Let's take a look at the main takeaways for investors.
There is a lot to like about Amazon, but one quote from Warren Buffett sheds insight on why investors should have some level of caution regarding the company.
You might not think baseball can teach you anything about where you should put your money or how you should manage a business. But Warren Buffett thinks otherwise.
Wayne Gretzky's hockey fame translates well to investing, and you can learn from his experience.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway reported results that at first glance may be a cause of concern for investors, but a dive into the numbers reveals an entirely different story.
Later this week Berkshire Hathaway will release earnings, and there are three things investors need to be on the lookout for.