We bring Berkshire to you with our on-the-spot meeting coverage.
If you could't make the pilgrimage to the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting May 4, Morningstar.com has the next best thing: on-the-ground coverage from Omaha.
Check out our meeting blog and breaking video reports featuring commentary from Morningstar's Berkshire analysts Greggory Warren and Drew Woodbury, Morningstar StockInvestor editor Matt Coffina, and Morningstar.com markets editor Jeremy Glaser.
We also posted plenty of Berkshire coverage in the week leading up to the meeting, including a five-part in-depth look at the best way to value the company and how we arrived at our fair value estimate. Also get our latest thinking on succession planning, Berkshire's cash position, and the attractiveness of the firm's shares.
No Big Surprises in Omaha; Berkshire Shares Look Undervalued
Although this year’s Berkshire annual meeting didn’t break new ground, it underscored the attractiveness of Berkshire shares, says Morningstar’s Drew Woodbury and Gregg Warren.
Berkshire Culture Takes Center Stage at Annual Meeting
Morningstar's Drew Woodbury and Gregg Warren give their take on how Berkshire’s culture will change after Buffett departs and other key issues from the first-half of the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting.
2013 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting Live Blog
Morningstar's Drew Woodbury, Jeremy Glaser and Matt Coffina blog from the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting in Omaha.
Yacktman: Stocks Still Attractive Relative to Bonds
Equities may not be significantly undervalued but still look good relative to the paltry returns available in the fixed-income market, says Don Yacktman.
Miles: Berkshire Can Still Do Big Deals After Buffett
Berkshire’s permanent capital base and long-term outlook should allow Buffett’s successors to keep pursuing major transactions, says Bob Miles.