Yahoo Finance is the exclusive online host of the Berkshire Hathaway 2018 Annual Shareholders Meeting, coming Saturday, May 5th. For the third year 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.
Legendary investor Warren Buffett, the founder of Berkshire Hathaway, is bullish on the potential of women in the U.S. to boost the economy.
Warren Buffett's political endorsement ranks most valuable among businesspeople, according to a new Morning Consult poll. Oprah Winfrey and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson also rank high.
Warren Buffett has his personal political views, but the billionaire investor doesn't think it's right to mix business and politics.
Warren Buffett knows that free trade helps the country at large, but the specific negatives are real and painful. And it's on the president to explain why.
Tilson allocated 50% in Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) (BRK.B), 25% in Howard Hughes Corporation (HHC), and the remaining 25% split evenly among Facebook (FB), Google’s parent company Alphabet ( GOOGL), and Amazon (AMZN).
Warren Buffett's annual letter to shareholders is one of the most highly-anticipated investing commentaries of the year. But his 2017 edition was missing some big topics.
In 2017, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway earned $29 billion after the Trump tax cuts were passed late in the year.
"It's just disgusting that people have been taken in by this," Charlie Munger said of bitcoin.
Warren Buffett once again proves that when it comes to investment opportunities, he stands apart from the crowd.
Warren Buffett and Jeff Bezos are two guys dancing to the beat of their own drum—with happy shareholders moving along to the music.
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."