Every year at Berkshire's annual meeting, Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger answer questions of all kinds for five hours. For decades, no recordings were allowed. You had to be there to see and hear them. Now, for the first time, Berkshire is sharing its own videos of the legendary Q&A sessions.
Buffett signals that big Berkshire buybacks may be on the way
Buffett praises Apple's buyback as Berkshire boosts stake
Buffett defends Berkshire’s investment in scandal-plagued Wells Fargo
Buffett explains Berkshire’s $37 billion deal for Precision Castparts
Buffett responds to accusations of predatory lending by Clayton Homes
Buffett and Jorge Paulo Lemann team up to buy Heinz for $23 billion
Buffett feels "terrific" after prostate cancer diagnosis
Buffett can't explain ousted Berkshire executive's actions
Buffett backs Washington's response to near-total meltdown
Buffett warns of too much risk at some "too big to fail" firms
Buffett: Rapidly rising house prices may have "pretty serious consequences"
Buffett rejects call for his resignation from Coke's board
Buffett warns derivatives can be "financial weapons of mass destruction"
Buffett analyzes how 9/11 changed the insurance industry
Buffett sees reduced threat from internet retailing
Buffett: Internet frenzy involved transfer, not creation, of wealth