The investor's company revealed it was a net seller of stocks, boosted buybacks, grew its cash pile, and was hit by inflation and labor shortages.
The billionaire investor's company ramped up its stake to nearly 20% of the Liberty Media subsidiary's "A" shares.
Charlie Munger slammed SPACs, delivered an inflation warning, and suggested the US government may have overstimulated the economy.
The late basketball superstar invested $6 million in the sports-drinks maker in 2014, and the wager has paid off handsomely.
Munger likes to be contrarian, cares far more about maximizing value than visual appeal, and takes a long-term view.
Critics have blasted Munger's plans for resembling a prison more than a dorm: Over 90% of the building's 4,500+ students would have windowless rooms.
The Pershing Square chief made his case to cool down the US economy, referencing a notorious quote from the financial crisis to underline his message.
The famed investor's company, which owns 5.5% of Apple, has raked in an average of $775 million in dividends from the iPhone maker in past years.
Democrats are targeting 700 or so billionaires and economist Gabriel Zucman has calculated what the US - and the world's - richest would pay.
The likely accidental trades highlight the illiquidity and often wide bid/ask spread for Class A shares of Berkshire Hathaway.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO once quoted Warren Buffett to underline how daily stock-price movements can be meaningless.
The group includes Mark Cuban, George Soros, Ray Dalio, Abigail Disney, members of the Pritzker and Gund families, and a Facebook cofounder.
The famed investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO laid out why executives lie and cheat, and urged CEOs to be transparent with their shareholders.
Berkshire has been an American Express shareholder for over 25 years, and its stake has grown from 11% to 19% thanks to share buybacks.
The Tesla and SpaceX boss has clashed with the Berkshire Hathaway chief before, once joking he would start a rival candy company.
The Scion Asset Management boss reflected on why he became a fund manager, and rang the alarm on excessive government spending.
The famed investor's company spent less than $15 billion for a stake in the bank worth over $45 billion today.