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    1. Investment Losses Overshadow Berkshire's Third-Quarter Results

      Headlines

      Fri, 7 Nov 2014

      months of 2014). Looking more closely at Berkshire's insurance operations, all of the firm's insurance lines--Geico, General Re , Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance Group, and Berkshire Hathaway Primary Group--posted earned premium growth during the

    2. Berkshire's Second-Quarter Results on Target

      Headlines

      Fri, 1 Aug 2014

      s four insurance lines--GEICO, General Re , and Berkshire Hathaway Primary Group ..... offsetting positive results from GEICO and General Re . Pretax earnings for the insurance business ..... and for the first half) of 2014. General Re benefited from a fairly quiet quarter

    3. Berkshire Starts Out 2014 on a Weaker Note

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      Fri, 2 May 2014

      prices. Looking more closely at Berkshire's insurance operations, three of the firm's four insurance lines--Geico, General Re , and Berkshire Hathaway Primary Group--posted earned premium growth during the quarter, with Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance

    4. Berkshire's Moat Not Eroding

      Video Reports

      Fri, 2 May 2014

      narrow-moat firm, similar to Progressive on the auto insurance side of the business. Within reinsurance, you've got General Re and Berkshire Reinsurance. Overall, we're not really fond of their reinsurance business. We think that from a moat perspective

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      on the auto insurance side of the business. Within reinsurance, you've got General Re and Berkshire Reinsurance. Overall, we're not really fond of their reinsurance business. We think that from a moat perspective, it tends to
    5. Berkshire Closes Out 2013 on a Solid Note

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      Sat, 1 Mar 2014

      at different times during the year. General Re was the only underperformer, impacted ..... of the company's total float, with General Re at 26%, GEICO at 16%, and the remaining ..... something that we expect to have an impact on General Re as well in the year ahead. Berkshire

    6. How We Value Berkshire Hathaway

      Headlines

      Fri, 3 May 2013

      equally split among GEICO and Berkshire's other property-casualty operations and its reinsurance operations, comprised of General Re and BHRG. Railroad, Utilities & Energy Valuation Of the more than 70 noninsurance businesses in its portfolio, the two

    7. Buffett's Succession Plan Should Have Little Downside

      Video Reports

      Tue, 30 Apr 2013

      within the organization that could step into that role. We've got Tony Nicely over at GEICO. You've got Tad Montross at General Re , Matt Rose over at BNSF, and then Greg Abel at MidAmerican, just to name a few that could easily be put into that role

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      We've got Tony Nicely over at GEICO. You've got Tad Montross at General Re , Matt Rose over at BNSF, and then Greg Abel at MidAmerican, just to name a few that could easily be put into
    8. What's the Best Way to Value Berkshire?

      Headlines

      Mon, 29 Apr 2013

      major catastrophes could lead to abnormally high profitability. Berkshire's large reinsurance operations, concentrated in General Re and Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance Group (BHRG), have significant exposure to large catastrophe and super catastrophe risks

    9. Berkshire Starts Out 2012 on More Solid Footing; Book Value Rises 10% Year Over Year

      Commentary

      Fri, 4 May 2012

      period of losses for the reinsurance industry (with Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance Group booking a $1.4 billion loss, and General Re recording a $300 million loss)--trailing only the third quarter of 2005, which included a number of large hurricanes

    10. Insurance Underwriting Losses Drag Down Berkshire's 1Q Results; Cash Balance Exceeds $40 Billion

      Commentary

      Fri, 6 May 2011

      Berkshire booked more than $1.7 billion in underwriting losses at Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance Group ($1.4 billion) and General Re ($300 million). These estimated losses were a direct result of the Australian floods, Cyclone Yasi, the New Zealand

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