United States of America (US)

OpenCorporation rating: 14.09 on 100

Ranking 2023: 583 on 602 companies

Primary NACE classification:
Life insurance (6511)

Company description

This company is a holding company owning subsidiaries in a variety of business sectors. It was founded in 1889 and has its registered head office located in Omaha, state of Nebraska. Through its subsidiaries, the company provides automobile, multi line, and credit and income protection insurance; excess-of-loss reinsurance and quota-share coverage; and reinsurance for life, accident, and health risks. It also produces and markets clothing (uniforms for police, fire, postal, and military markets); footwear; clay bricks, concrete blocks, and cut limestone; building products (glass block and other masonry products); and ceramic floor, marble and granite stones. In addition, it produces general purpose coatings; fiber glass wool insulation products and pipe and duct insulation products; roofing systems and components; and non woven mats, fabrics, and fibers. Further, it provides manufactured homes, commercial real estate and consumer receivable financing, and annuity contracts; and ownership and management of manufactured housing communities, as well as provision of training to operators of aircraft and ships.

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Latest news about berkshire hathaway inc.

22 February 2020 - 12:00

Buffett’s Letter To Berkshire Shareholders Reveals $5 Billion In Stock Buybacks And Plans For His Berkshire Stake

In his highly anticipated annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, billionaire investor Warren Buffett addressed the steady performance of the 55-year-old investment conglomerate, now worth more than $560 billion, and revealed his plan for his own share of the company following his death. 

› source:  Forbes by Sarah Hansen

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