Yahoo Finance is the exclusive online host of the Berkshire Hathaway 2017 Annual Shareholders Meeting. For only the second time in history this event is being live-streamed for all of the world to see. Investors and non-investors alike can witness history, live, as Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and his right-hand man Charlie Munger share their unscripted views on the company, the markets, the economy, corporate governance, and a lot more.
Stock market valuation metrics like CAPE appear to signal trouble for the stock market. Warren Buffett is among the experts who argue that valuations must be considered in the context of interest rates.
Charlie Munger explains investing in China. And in doing so, explains why his success is not replicable.
EBITDA lets companies add expenses from interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization back onto net income. "Now they use it in the business schools," Munger said. "Now, that is, that is horror squared."
Psychologist Dr. Robert Cialdini has been observing Buffett for 15 years, and he explains why he's so influential.
Roger Lowenstein, author of “Buffett: The Making of an American Capitalist," explains how Warren Buffett has changed the way
Berkshire Hathaway's Charlie Munger sees a lot wrong with the healthcare system. He believes a single-payer system is the solution.
Since 2007, Buffett has sold 8 of Berkshire’s top 20 holdings, along with many more names in the interim. Here are some notable stock sales made by the world’s most famous long-term investor.
The key moments from Berkshire Hathaway's Annual Shareholders Meeting, led by Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger.
Warren Buffett on the incredible achievements of the U.S. economy, and how to make sure the benefits continue to be shared across the population.
As the American Health Care Act stands right now, Buffett views it as a 'huge tax cut' for rich people like him.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett says artificial intelligence will kill some jobs, but could improve society as a whole.
Warren Buffett says that investors are better off doing it themselves than paying hefty fees to hedge funds.
"The way the public can react is really extreme in markets and that actually offers opportunities for investors," Buffett said. "People like action and they like to gamble."
Charlie Munger, ever a repository of investing wisdom, loves the Chinese stock market. And Warren Buffett knew what would happen next — this story.
At the Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A, BRK-B) annual shareholders meeting, CEO Warren Buffett spoke more about Wells Fargo (WFC) and its 2016 scandal, in which up to 2 million credit card and bank accounts were created without customers’ permission. “At Wells Fargo, there were three very significant mistakes
Warren Buffett's thoughts on self-driving cars, straight from Omaha. The impacts on Berkshire Hathaway? Potentially bad.
Glenn Close, the award-winning actress, was introduced to Warren Buffett by the journalist Carol Loomis, at a restaurant in Larchmont, New York some 10 years ago. Since then Buffett and Close have socialized occasionally.
Roger Lowenstein, author of “Buffett: The Making of an American Capitalist," explains why Warren Buffett isn't criticized like other wealthy CEOs.
The earned income tax credit is a welcome alternative to raising the minimum wage, according to Warren Buffett.