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Warren Buffett cut the allocation to bonds at Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s insurance units to the lowest in more than a decade as the company warns that low yields will hurt results.
Warren Buffet will soon be doing business in central Pennsylvania, at least his new real estate company will.
The Labor Department said claims dropped to 323,000 last week , although the lower-than-expected results appeared to have been distorted by harsh winter weather.
Prudential Alliance, Realtors announces today that it is the first Metropolitan Area real estate company to join the powerhouse Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Real Estate Brokerage Network.
The Oracle of Omaha sure loves wind power. Of course, Warren Buffett invests to make money, so the continuing wind plays by companies in his Berkshire Hathaway empire are really a sign of the sector's economic attractiveness.
In late February, Chinese automaker BYD won regulatory approval to begin selling electric vehicles in Beijing and Shanghai.
Lou Simpson , a former understudy of Warren Buffett , is the manager of SQ Advisors.
The network's newest member will be Prudential Homesale Services Group. In early June, the company will change its name to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Homesale Realty.
Bank of America recently announced some changes in their agreement with Berkshire Hathaway about the $5 billion worth of their preferred shares.
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Bill Gates has returned to the top of Forbes magazine's annual list of the world's richest people, as rising stock markets swelled the ranks of billionaires, which included a record number of women.
Yesterday we told you about his warning on public pension funds in his annual letter to shareholders.
The Omaha City Council recognized Terence Crawford for his Saturday win in Scotland; he is the World Boxing Organization's lightweight champion.
Berkshire Hathaway looks like a portfolio built while looking in a rear view mirror, and has no vision of the future.
Washington, March 4: Warren Buffett introduced the American public to his latest hot pick yesterday - not a dry railway or insurance stock, but a cool financial adviser.
Warren Buffett is expressing interest in buying more utilities to expand utility holdings led by MidAmerican Energy in Iowa, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday, saying that utilities in Milwaukee and Madison could be targets.