What is Charlie Munger's current role at Berkshire Hathaway, and what is his history with the company? - Investopedia, 20 February 2015
Charlie Munger has been vice-chairman of Berkshire Hathaway since 1979. Essentially, Munger acts as the right-hand man and investment partner of legendary investor Warren Buffett.
Why doesn't Warren Buffett split Berkshire Hathaway stock? - Investopedia, 16 February 2015
Warren Buffett has never done a stock split of Berkshire Hathaway Class A shares (BRK.A), and he has flatly stated that Class A shares will never undergo a split. Buffett's reasoning for not doing a stock split of BRK.A is right in line with his basic investment philosophy.
Why doesn't Berkshire Hathaway pay a dividend? - Investopedia, 16 February 2015
Berkshire Hathaway does not pay a dividend because its chairman and CEO, Warren Buffett, believes it is more auspicious to allocate the company's earnings in other ways.
What is the difference between Berkshire Hathaway's Class A and Class B shares? - Investopedia, 16 February 2015
The primary difference between Berkshire Hathaway Class A stock and Class B stock is one of price. Because of the price difference, Class B shares offer increased flexibility for investors and also provide a potential tax benefit.
Does the massive size of Berkshire Hathaway reduce its future returns? - Investopedia, 10 February 2015
Berkshire Hathaway ranks among the most valuable companies in the United States, alongside such names as Google, Microsoft and Exxon Mobil. It has consistently outperformed the S&P 500 over the course of four decades and reported record profits of $19.5 billion in 2013.
Why did Berkshire Hathaway create Class B shares? - Investopedia, 10 February 2015
Berkshire Hathaway was content with its highly valued, single class of stock with Warren Buffett vowing never to let it split. He felt it was best to attract long-term investors, not those who worried about day-to-day fluctuations.
Is there any history of insider trading with Warren Buffett or Berkshire Hathaway? - Investopedia, 10 February 2015
Berkshire Hathaway came under intense scrutiny in 2011 for possible insider trading prior its acquisition of the chemicals company Lubrizol.
Warren Buffett: 'Keystone Should Be Done' - Fox Business, 10 February 2015
Warren Buffett, the famed investor and Berkshire Hathaway chief, told the FOX Business Network Wednesday that the Obama administration should approve TransCanada's (TRP) Keystone XL pipeline.