Is Berkshire Hathaway Systemically Important?
Definitely not, says Warren Buffett, the company's chairman and CEO.
Starting from Zero-Based Budgeting
Zero-based budgeting starts with no assumptions about what it will take to run and grow the business for the next 12 months.
Kraft, Heinz Combine in Mega-Merger
The companies estimate $1.5 billion in annual cost savings by the end of 2017.
Buffett Saves $1B in Taxes With Duracell Deal
The “Oracle of Omaha” structures an acquisition so that he avoids capital gains taxes on stock that has appreciated.
Coke Trims Exec Comp Plan Amid Outcry
Shareholder Wintergreen Advisers had argued that the overly generous plan could have diluted shareholders by as much as 16.6%.
Do Buffett’s Compliance Lapses Show Management Flaws?
After Berkshire Hathaway misses regulatory filing deadlines, it's fair to ask whether his governance style meshes with today's compliance culture.
Berkshire Hathaway Sitting on $55B in Cash
Warren Buffett’s massive cash pile could presage a string of future buyouts and investments — if the economy tanks.
Berkshire Hathaway Exec’s Firm Faces Delisting Risk
Sloppy financial reporting and executive role-sharing raise questions about a publishing company chaired by Warren Buffett's longtime business partner.
Special Report: Fall Insurance Renewals
Property insurance gets cheaper, while workers' comp will cost you more.