BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY

  • Warren Buffett has prostate cancer, sees no danger April 18, 2012

    Boston: Berkshire Hathaway Inc Chief Executive Warren Buffett said he has stage 1 prostate cancer but his condition "is not remotely lifethreatening or even debilitating in any meaningful way." Buffett, the world's thirdrichest man, will begin a twomonth treatment consisting of daily radiation treatments starting in midJuly, he said in a...
  • Is Indianorigin Ajit Jain Buffet's successor? February 26, 2012

    New York: Addressing the muchtalked about succession plan at Berkshire Hathaway, legendary investor Warren Buffett on Saturday said the sprawling conglomerate has identified his successor. Without disclosing the name of his successor, the octogenarian billionaire in his annual letter to shareholders said the conglomerate's board has had a "great deal of...
  • Warren Buffet's first India visit March 25, 2011

    Legendary investor Warren Buffet talks about Berkshire Hathway plans for India. ...
  • Buffet: Indian market growing and prosperous March 23, 2011

    Billionaire investor Warren Buffet says that India is a 'dream market for investors' and that the market is growing and getting more prosperous by the day. ...
  • India is a dream market for investors: Buffet March 23, 2011

    The 80yearold billionaire investor Warren Buffet is on his maiden visit to India. Speaking exclusively to CNBCTV18's Shereen Bhan, Buffet the chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway said India is a 'dream market for investors'. "The market is growing, getting more prosperous by the day, businesses are flourishing,"...
  • Fans pay $ 51,000 for lunch with billionaire Buffett June 8, 2010

    New York: After a slow start, the annual online auction for a steak lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett has drawn a $ 51,000 bid, a number sure to rise by the time the auction ends Friday night. The winning bidder and up to seven others will dine with Buffett at...
  • 'Financial panic' over, says genius investor Buffett November 13, 2009

    New York: Warren Buffett, perhaps the world's most admired investor, has said the financial panic that gripped the globe last year is a thing of the past, though the US economy's struggles persist. "The financial panic is behind us," the world's secondrichest person said at Columbia University's business school. "Our economy...