List of assets owned by Berkshire Hathaway

This is a list of subsidiaries, equities, and cash equivalents owned by multinational holding company Berkshire Hathaway.

Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
FormerlyValley Falls Company
(1839–1955)
TypePublic
Class A NYSEBRK.A
Class B NYSEBRK.B
S&P 100 Component (BRK.B)
S&P 500 Component (BRK.B)
ISINUS0846707026
IndustryConglomerate
Founded1839; 182 years ago (1839)
Cumberland, Rhode Island, United States
FounderOliver Chace
HeadquartersKiewit Plaza, ,
U.S.
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Warren Buffett
(Chairman and CEO)
Charlie Munger
(Vice Chairman)
ProductsDiversified investments, property and casuality insurance, Utilities, Restaurants, Food processing, Aerospace, Media, Toys, Automotive, Sporting goods, Consumer products, Internet, Real estate, Railroad
RevenueIncrease US$247.5 billion (2018)
Decrease US$10.02 billion (2018)
Decrease US$4.02 billion (2018)
Total assetsIncrease US$707.8 billion (2018)
Total equityIncrease US$348.7 billion (2018)
OwnerWarren Buffett (30.71% of the aggregate voting power and 16.45% of the economic interest)[1]
Number of employees
389,373 (2018)
Websiteberkshirehathaway.com

Cash and equivalentsEdit

As of August 3, 2019, Berkshire Hathaway had $122 billion in cash and cash equivalents.[2]

Operating subsidiariesEdit

Company Sector Ownership % Acquisition Date (YYYY/MM/DD) Acquisition Price Notes
Acme Brick Company Materials and Construction 100% 2000/08/01[3] ~$600 Million ($4,392.65 Million 2017)[4][5]
AltaLink Electric Transmission 91.1% 2014/12/01[6] C$3.24 Billion[7] A subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy
Ben Bridge Jeweler Luxury Items 100% 2000/07/18[8][9]
Benjamin Moore & Co. Materials and Construction 100% 2001/01/01[10] $1 Billion[11][12]
Berkadia Mortgage Financing 50% 2009/12/31[13] Joint venture with Jefferies Financial Group, formerly known as Leucadia
Berkshire Hathaway Assurance Bond Insurance 100% 2007/12/01
Berkshire Hathaway Automotive Autosales 90% 2015/05/09[14] Renamed from Van Tuyl Group
Berkshire Hathaway Energy Utilities 91.1% 1999/03/26 Renamed from Mid-American Energy Holdings
BoatUS Insurance 2007/07/27
Borsheim's Fine Jewelry Luxury Items 100% 1989/01/01[15]
Brooks Sports Apparel 100% 2006/08/02
BNSF Railway Company Railroads and Logistics 100% 2010/02/12 $34 Billion

[16]

Business Wire Media 100% 2006/03/01[17]
Cavalier Homes Materials and Construction 100% 2008/01/01
Central States Indemnity Insurance and Finance 100% 1992/10/20[18]
Charter Brokerage Logistics 100% 2014/12/12[19]
Clayton Homes Materials and Construction 100% 2007/05/10[20] $1.7 billion.[21][22][23]
CORT Business Services Furniture Related 100% 2000/01/14 $467 Million ($3,418.94 Million 2017)[4]
CTB Inc. Capital Goods 100% 2002/01/01
Dairy Queen[24] Food and Beverage 99% 1997/10/21 $585 Million[25]
Duracell Household Products 100% 2016/02/29[26] $1.8 billion[27]
Ebby Halliday Companies Real Estate 100% 2018/06/04[28]
Fechheimer Brothers Company Clothing 100% 1986/01/01
FlightSafety International Business Services 100% 1997/01/01[29]
Forest River Materials and Construction 100% 2005/08/31
Fruit of the Loom Clothing 100% 2002/04/30[30] $835 Million[31]
Garanimals Clothing 100% 2002/09/04
GEICO Insurance and Finance 100% 1996/08/26[32] $2.3 Billion[33]
General Re Insurance and Finance 100% 1995/12/21[34] $22 Billion[35]
Helzberg Diamonds Luxury Items 100% 1995/01/01[36]
H.H. Brown Shoe Group Clothing 100% 1991/07/01
International Metalworking Companies (IMC) Materials and Construction 100% 2006/05/08
Johns Manville Materials and Construction 100% 2001/02/27[37] $1.8 Billion[12]
Jordan's Furniture Furniture Related 100% 1999/10/11
Justin Brands Clothing 100% 2000/08/01 $570 Million[12]
Kansas Bankers Surety Company Insurance and Finance 100% 1998/04/10
Kern River Pipeline Pipeline 91.1% 2006/03/21 $960 Million[38] A subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy
Larson-Juhl[39] Furniture Related 100% 2001/12/17
Louis Motor Motorcycles 100% 2015/02/20
Lubrizol Chemicals 100% 2011/09/16 $9.7 Billion[40][41]
Marmon Group Diversified Holding Company 99% 2008/01/01[42][43] $4.5 Billion
McLane Company Logistics 100% 2003/05/23[44] $1.45 Billion[45]
Medical Protective Liability Insurance 100% 2005/06/30[46][47]
MiTek Materials and Construction 90% 2001/06/12[48] Other 10% owned by MiTek management
National Indemnity Company Insurance and Finance 100% 1967/03/01[49] $6.8 Million ($49.78 Million inflation adjusted)[50]
Nebraska Furniture Mart Furniture Related 80% 1983/01/01[51] $60 Million[52]
NetJets Business Services 100% 1998/01/01[53] $725 Million [54]
NetJets Europe Business Services 100% 1998/01/01[53]
Northern Natural Gas Pipeline 91.1% 2002/08/01 $928 Million[55] A subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy
NV Energy Electric & Gas Distribution 91.1% 2013/12/19[56] $5.6 Billion[57] A subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy
Omaha World-Herald Media 100% 2011/12/01[58] $150 Million[59]
Oriental Trading Company Toy Party Craft 100% 2012/01/01[60]
PacifiCorp Electric Distribution 91.1% 2005/01/01 $9.4 billion [61] A subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy
Pampered Chef[62] Food and Beverage 100% 2002/09/23
Pilot Flying J Retail, Food and Beverage, Petroleum 38.6%[63] 2017/10/03[63] Will increase stake to 80% in 2023.[63]
Precision Castparts Corp. Aerospace and Defense 100% 2016/01/29 $37 Billion[64]
Precision Steel Warehouse, Inc. Materials and Construction 100% 1979/01/01[65]
RC Willey Home Furnishings Furniture Related 1995/01/01[66]
Richline Group Wholesale and Manufacturing 100% 2007/05/01[67]
Russell Brands Sports Equipment Manufacturer 100% 2006/01/01[30] $600 Million[68] A division of Fruit of the Loom
Scott Fetzer Company Other 100% 1985/01/01 $230 Million[12]
See's Candies Food and Beverage 100% 1972/01/03 $25 Million[69][70]
SE Homes Materials and Construction 100% 2007/01/01
Shaw Industries Materials and Construction 2002/01/21[71]
Star Furniture Furniture Related 100% 1997/07/14
TTI, Inc. Electronic Component Distribution 100% 2007/03/30
United States Liability Insurance Group Insurance and Finance 100% 2000/08/08[72]
Wesco Financial Insurance and Finance 100% 1978/01/01[73]
WPLG-TV Media 100% 2014/07/01[74]
XTRA Lease Commercial Semi Trailer Rental and Leasing 100% 2001/09/20[75]

U.S.-listed public company and ETF holdingsEdit

From Berkshire Hathaway's Form 13F-HR filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission:[76]

Company Ticker Sector Ownership % # of Shares Value (Billion$) As of date
Abbvie Inc NYSEABBV Pharmaceuticals 1.2 21,264,316 $1.86 December 31, 2020
American Express NYSEAXP Financial services 18.8 151,610,700 $15.20 December 31, 2020
Apple NasdaqAAPL Technology 5.6 944,295,554 $109.36 December 31, 2020
Axalta Coating Systems NYSEAXTA Manufacturing 0.2 393,043 $0.01 December 31, 2020
Bank of America NYSEBAC Banking 11.7 1,010,100,606 $30.62 December 31, 2020
Bank of New York Mellon Corp NYSEBK Banking 8.2 84,488,751 $2.48 December 31, 2020
Charter Communications, Inc. NasdaqCHTR Telecommunications 2.5 5,213,461 $3.25 December 31, 2020
Chevron Corporation NYSECVX Integrated Oil & Gas 2.5 48,498,965 $0.34 December 31, 2020
The Coca-Cola Company NYSEKO Food and Drink 9.3 400,000,000 $21.94 December 31, 2020
DaVita Inc. NYSEDVA Health Care 30.3 36,095,570 $3.09 December 31, 2020
General Motors NYSEGM Manufacturing 5.1 72,500,000 $3.02 December 31, 2020
Globe Life NYSEGL Insurance 5.77 6,353,727 $0.55 December 31, 2020
Johnson & Johnson NYSEJNJ Health 0.01 327,100 $0.045 December 31, 2020
The Kraft Heinz Company NasdaqKHC Food and Drink 26.70 325,634,818 $10.61 December 31, 2020
Liberty Global A Class NasdaqLBTYA Telecommunication and Media 9.67 of class 19,791,000 $0.52 December 31, 2020
Liberty Global C Class NasdaqLBTYK Telecommunication and Media 1.39 of class 7,346,968 $0.19 December 31, 2020
Liberty Latin America Ltd Class A NasdaqLILA Telecommunication and Media 5.59 2,714,854 $0.051 December 31, 2020
Liberty Latin Latin America Ltd Class C NasdaqLILAK Telecommunication and Media 1.06 1,284,020 $0.024 December 31, 2020
Liberty Sirius XM Group Series A NasdaqLSXMA Telecommunication and Media 14.4 of class 14,860,360 $0.58 December 31, 2020
Liberty Sirius XM Group Series C NasdaqLSXMK Telecommunication and Media 14.4 of class 14,860,360 $0.58 December 31, 2020
Marsh & McLennan NYSEMMC Financial Services 0.8 4,267,825 $0.50 December 31, 2020
Mastercard NYSEMA Financial Services 0.5 of class 4,564,756 $1.63 December 31, 2020
Mondelēz International NasdaqMDLZ Food and Drink 1.70 24,669,778 $4.70 December 31, 2020
Moodys Corp NYSEMCO Financial services 13.1 24,669,778 $7.16 December 31, 2020
Procter & Gamble Co NYSEPG Consumer goods 0.0 315,400 $0.04 December 31, 2020
RH NYSERH Home furnishings retail 8.9 1,708,348 $0.65 December 31, 2020
SPDR S&P 500 Trust ETF NYSE ArcaSPY Index exchange-traded fund 0.0 39,400 $0.01 December 31, 2020
Sirius XM Holdings Inc. NasdaqSIRI Satellite radio 1.2 50,000,000 $0.32 December 31, 2020
StoneCo Ltd. NYSESTNE Cayman-Islands-based Financial services 11.8 of class 14,166,748 $0.39 December 31, 2020
Store Capital NYSESTOR Real estate investment trust 9.6 24,415,168 $0.67 December 31, 2020
Suncor Energy NYSESU Canada-based Energy 0.67 10,758,000 $0.35 December 31, 2020
Synchrony Financial NYSESYF Financial services 3.4 20,128,000 $0.53 December 31, 2020
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd NYSETEVA Pharmaceuticals 3.9 42,789,295 $0.39 December 31, 2020
United Parcel Service (UPS) Class A NYSEUPS Package delivery 0.0 of class 59,400 $0.01 December 31, 2020
US Bancorp NYSEUSB Banking 8.8 131,961,832 $4.73 December 31, 2020
Vanguard S&P 500 NYSE ArcaVOO Index exchange-traded fund 0.0 43,000 $0.01 December 31, 2020
Verisign Inc NasdaqVRSN Technology 11.1 12,815,613 $2.63 December 31, 2020
Verizon NYSEVZ Telecommunications 3.5 146,716,496 $8.62 December 31, 2020
Visa Inc Class A NYSEV Information Technology 0.6 of class 9,987,460 $2.00 December 31, 2020
Wells Fargo and Co NYSEWFC Banking 1.3 150,407,397 $1.58 December 31, 2020

Former subsidiariesEdit

Company Sector Ownership % Disposal Date Notes
H. J. Heinz Company Foods 52.5% July 2, 2015 Merged into Kraft-Heinz
Applied Underwriters Insurance and Finance 100% July 13, 2019 Sold[77]
The Buffalo News Media 100% Mar 16, 2020 Sold[78]

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