Berkshire Hathaway Offices Feature Wall Street Disasters

As a company that has been around in some form or another for more than 50 years, you might expect that the Berkshire Hathaway offices in Omaha, Nebraska, feature memorabilia from the company. Or, perhaps things like awards and outstanding employees; memorable moments, or things related to the many companies that Berkshire owns. Instead, what …

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Berkshire Hathaway Buys German Company Wilhelm Schulz

Last month, Berkshire Hathaway formally announced that it had made a new acquisition in Germany, the second such acquisition in Germany in two years. The company, Wilhelm Schultz, is primarily a maker of high-performance pipes for the oil and gas industry, although it also produces products for the aerospace industry and other industries. The acquisition …

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Berkshire Stocks are Third Most Expensive in the World

Warren Buffett heads what is often regarded as one of the largest and wealthiest conglomerate companies in the world. Berkshire Hathaway does come in as the most expensive stock to buy in America, with Class A shares currently valued at $240,280 and Class B shares never exceeding 1/1500 of Class A’s value. Berkshire Hathaway owns …

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Should Buffett Sell Coca-Cola?

Warren Buffett owns about 9% of Coca-Cola, that’s 400 million shares, and famously it’s one of his favorite stocks. He made Cherry Coke the official drink of Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting and has been quoted saying that he’s about one-quarter Coca-Cola. While Buffett’s love for Coca-Cola is pretty clear, it’s starting to seem like …

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Buffett’s Advice for the Average American

Warren Buffett, dubbed the greatest investor of all time by many, has long been known for his investment strategies that helped him become the second wealthiest man in the world, as well as head the 4th largest company in the world, Berkshire Hathaway. Because of his enormous successes, Buffett is often looked to for advice …

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Why Isn’t Buffett Training His Successor?

Warren Buffett is famed for his investing techniques that helped him become the 2nd wealthiest man in the world and his willingness to give advice to those who ask. He also heads the 4th largest company in the world, Berkshire Hathaway, as chairman and CEO. When you stop and think for a moment about Buffett’s┬áhopes …

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Buffett on Time Management

Warren Buffett has worked his way to being the 2nd wealthiest man in the world with his fabled investing techniques, heads a huge conglomerate worth around $400 billion, but somehow still manages to keep his schedule wide open. In fact, that’s a quality about himself that Buffett takes great pride in. “A lot of CEOs …

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Buffett on Reinvesting

Warren Buffett, who is regarded as the most successful investor of all time, is known for his strategies as well as treating his stocks like business. Buffett has had immense success and luck, turning a textile firm into a conglomerate worth hundreds of billions of dollars, so it is no surprise that businessman tend to …

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How Important Is Diversity?

Warren Buffett, famed investor and 2nd wealthiest man in the world, is always one to share his thoughts with you. He took Berkshire Hathaway, which started as a textile firm, and built it up to be a mega conglomerate worth about $400 billion through many years of strategic investing. He is constantly asked by hopeful …

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Buffett’s Hopes for Berkshire

Warren Buffett leads the 4th largest company in the world, Berkshire Hathaway. His conglomerate is worth nearly $400 billion and at this point most of his money makes itself. It has long been discussed what will happen to Berkshire after Buffett cannot act as CEO and Chairman anymore, and while he hasn’t let us know …

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