Is Berkshire Hathaway Too Big to Fail?

Recently, the Bank of England has questioned the US Treasury in regards to the lack of enthusiasm of putting Berkshire Hathaway, the company controlled by investing billionaire Warren Buffett, into the stricter scrutiny category of being too big to fail. According to Stephen Foley, Tom Braithwaite and Alistair Gray of The Financial Times, the US …

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Berkshire Hathaway Can Now Offer More Than Just Life Insurance in Singapore

Berkshire Hathaway was granted a license to operate as a non-life insurer in Singapore per various sources. On December 8, this news led to an increase in share prices by 0.7%. The Class B shares also hit their 52-week high during that same trading session to reach $152.94 per share. On the very next trading …

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Berkshire Hathaway: Under the Microscope

Is Berkshire Hathaway going to end up going the way of some of the other large non-bank financial companies? When your company is one of the most respected in the world, there’s no question that you’re going to draw more attention than other businesses. But Berkshire Hathaway doesn’t have to worry about being scrutinized for …

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