(May 5, 2018) Warren Buffett doesn’t participate much in pricing decisions—and has only talked three times in the past ten years as #Berkshire CEO.
(May 6, 2017) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger discuss why there isn’t a lot of competition among Berkshire Hathaway’s managers to be the company’s next CEO.
(May 6, 2017) Warren Buffett says improved productivity, sometimes as the result of job cuts, helps fuel America’s growth. He admires the way 3G Capital, Berkshire Hathaway’s partner in acquiring Kraft Heinz, trims fat but admits he doesn’t like to do it himself.
(April 30, 2016) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger explain why they’re confident Berkshire Hathaway’s culture will last even after Buffett’s son Howard no longer serves as non-executive chairman.
(May 2, 2015) Warren Buffett explains why he’s confident that Berkshire Hathaway’s culture is so “deeply embedded” that it will continue long after he and Charlie Munger are gone.
(May 1, 2015) The management philosophy of Warren Buffett Berkshire Hathaway grows out of the same insight: that intangible values such as thrift or autonomy can translate into economic gain. Berkshire’s subsidiaries run businesses and adopt approaches that turn traits like reputation and a sense of permanence into constituent satisfaction and managerial flexibility that bolsters financial... Continue Reading →
(May 3, 2014) Warren Buffett explains how Berkshire Hathaway has gained the trust of the companies it’s bought over the years.
(May 3, 2014) Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett explains why he thinks publishing executive compensation seldom benefits shareholders.
(May 4, 2013) Warren Buffett explains why he’s confident Berkshire’s strong culture will remain firmly entrenched after he’s gone.
(May 4, 2013) Warren Buffett explains how he and Charlie Munger have avoided arguing during the 55 years they’ve worked together.
(May 4, 2013) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger explain how Berkshire differs from other companies, especially in the way managers of subsidiaries are left alone.
(December 26, 2012) The famed investor and chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Warren Buffett gives a tour of his office. What we found might surprise you.
(May 1, 2010) Warren Buffett describes Berkshire Hathaway’s stance on ethics and what the company does to guard against “bad behavior.”
(May 1, 2010) Warren Buffett explains why Berkshire doesn’t have a standard procedure for determining how much the CEOs of its subsidiaries are paid.
(May 2, 2009) Warren Buffett says he wants people who own Berkshire stock to have the same philosophical framework he does when it comes to investing.
(May 2, 2009) Berkshire Hathaway is known for holding stocks for the long-term--but there are exceptions to that rule. Warren Buffett outlines the few situations in which Berkshire would sell.
(May 3, 2008) Actress Susan Lucci makes an appearance at the Berkshire meeting, joking that she has swapped jobs with Warren Buffett. Buffett returns, however, when Lucci starts describing the changes she’s planning for the company.
(May 3, 2008) Warren Buffett explains how consistency helped him and Charlie Munger gradually build Berkshire Hathaway into what it is today.
(April 30, 2005) Warren Buffett talks about how he evaluates managers and explains why they must have a passion for their business that “extends beyond their paycheck.”
(April 30, 2005) Warren Buffett explains why Berkshire has been successful at managing a diverse portfolio of companies and why his successor won’t have a hard time taking on this responsibility.
(May 3, 2003) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger talk about the importance of sticking to what they know when making investment decisions.
(April 29, 2000) Warren Buffett is always thinking about what could go wrong, as he sees businesses as economic castles that are “subject to marauders.”
(April 29, 2000) Warren Buffett explains why Berkshire doesn’t sell its businesses “simply because we get offered a fancy price for something.”
(May 3, 1999) Warren Buffett says he wants people who own Berkshire stock to have the same philosophical framework he does when it comes to investing.
(May 4, 1998) Berkshire Hathaway doesn’t sell any of its stock holdings very often, but it can happen. Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett lists some situations that can make him a seller.
(May 4, 1998) Warren Buffett says Berkshire doesn’t have any sort of “predetermined course of action” for which of its businesses will become the largest.
(May 6, 1996) Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway Vice-Chairman Charlie Munger explain why they’re confident Berkshire will be successful long after they are gone.