50 Master Moves That Shaped Berkshire Hathaway

50 Master Moves That Shaped Berkshire Hathaway

The defining decisions that Warren Buffett has taken in the 50 years that he has been leading Berkshire Hathaway

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Published 6 years ago on Jun 12, 2015 34 minutes Read
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While he has always wanted to win and still does, Warren Buffett himself might not have visualised that he would end up creating the Berkshire Hathaway of today. He wrote in the 2014 annual report, “Berkshire now owns nine-and-a-half companies that would be listed on the Fortune 500 were they independent.” Last year, his partner, Charlie Munger, had mused, “How the hell does this thing end up blowing past GE?” At last count, Berkshire had a market cap of $360 billion versus GE’s $280 billion.