warren buffett successor

Buffett Says Stocks, Homes Are Fairly Cheap Now

Warren Buffett said Monday that stocks remain relatively cheap compared to other investments as the economy continues to improve. He also said that the company he heads is prepared to replace him whenever the need arises. The billionaire addressed a variety of topics during an interview on the cable TV network CNBC, two days after his annual letter to the conglomerate's shareholders was released.

Berkshire Investors Struggle With the Todd Combs News

After falling precipitously for most of the day on uncertainty about Combs, Berkshire shares recovered somewhat as investors learned more about him. Combs's Castle Point fund was seeded in 2005 by former Goldman Sachs CEO Steven Friedman's Stone Point Capital.

What Warren Buffett Sees in Potential Heir Todd Combs

Why did Buffett tap Combs? Based on Combs's track record, it's clear that he has done well in financial services stocks while limiting risk. Plus, he shares Buffett's approach to investing -- and for writing amusing investor letters.

Meet the Man Who Could Succeed Warren Buffett

It's the moment many in the financial world have been waiting for: a clue as to whom would succeed the Oracle of Omaha as the chief investment officer at Berkshire Hathaway. Meet Warren Buffett's leading candidate.