Warren Buffett doesn't own a sports team, and many have questioned whether he ever would. His answer on what investment in the sporting world he would make may surprise you.
Take that, Third Point: Warren Buffett thinks splitting Dow Chemical in two is a bad idea
Between "too big to fail" and potential regulations on shipping oil by rail, Berkshire Hathaway has two threats that could impede its profits. Is American International Group a better long-term investment, with less complication as from Berkshire's non-insurance holdings?
3M has climbed nicely over the past year, but the recent market decline has some investors worried about the company's ability to produce more innovative products. Find out how 3M could accelerate its growth.
Will Buffett's conglomerate be going the way of other big non-bank financial companies?
Warren Buffett owns a lot of businesses, but his own words show that Facebook or Twitter will likely never be among them.
Warren Buffett is one of the greatest investors of all time, and there is one thing he always looks at before he makes an investment in a company.
The Dow drops 1.96%, but that is still better than what the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ did today.
Is Berkshire Hathaway too big to fail?
Honeywell stock has climbed to all-time record highs lately, with its diverse set of businesses all performing relatively well. How much higher can Honeywell earnings fly?