The students are using the balance sheet, profit and loss account presented and selected footnotes of Berkshire Hathaway Annual Report 2004 and will be asked to respond some questions regarding information in these materials. Questions revolve around the company’s classification of its investments as held-to-maturity, available for sale, or trading in securities and the effect of accounting for the Company’s securities on the balance sheet and profit and loss account. “Berkshire Hathaway Inter-Corporate Investments … Read More»

The students are using the balance sheet, profit and loss account presented and selected footnotes of Berkshire Hathaway Annual Report 2004 and will be asked to respond some questions regarding information in these materials. Questions revolve around the company’s classification of its investments as held-to-maturity, available for sale, or trading in securities and the effect of accounting for the Company’s securities on the balance sheet and profit and loss account. “Berkshire Hathaway Inter-Corporate Investments (B)” (UV1026) can be used as a supplement to this case.
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Luann J. Lynch
Source: Darden School of Business
10 pages.
Release Date: 11 June 2006. Prod #: UV1117-PDF-ENG
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Inter-Corporate Investments (A) HBR case solution

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