Burlington Northern Santa Fe
Its non-insurance business segments generate a majority of BRK's operating income, but aside from the insurance subsidiaries only Burlington Northern Santa Fe LLC (BNSF) has provided a significant portion of the total dividends paid from the operating companies to the holding company.More quotes »
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Do You Have Nerves of Steel?
Fe (BNSF), invested $400 million in 2012 to build terminals to help its oil transportation business. Burlington Northern Santa Fe controlled 35% of the crude oil transportation market in 2012, and it sees the business growing by 40% in 2013. This growth is from Motley Fool Read more »
Berkshire Is an Insurance Company, Not a Nation-State: S&P
business segments generate a majority of BRK's operating income, but aside from the insurance subsidiaries only Burlington Northern Santa Fe LLC (BNSF) has provided a significant portion of the total dividends paid from the operating companies to the holding from The Street Read more »
Agencies gather on Puget Sound in Steilacoom for water rescue training today
why your comment may not be showing immediately after you submit it, be sure to visit the commenting FAQ. A Burlington Northern Santa Fe train hit and killed a 42-year-old man just before 8 p.m. tonight in Steilacoom, according to West Pierce Fire and Rescue. from TheNewsTribune.com Read more »
UPDATE 1-S&P cuts Berkshire Hathaway rating one notch to 'AA'
lost the ratings after the global financial crisis boosted potential liabilities, and Buffett bought the railroad Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp for $26.5 billion. S&P said that while Berkshire retains a "very strong financial risk profile," with noninsurance from Reuters Read more »
Here's How Warren Buffett Disappointed Me
policies and thinks it will do well, but he feels more conviction in Coca-Cola, Wrigley, Heinz (NYSE: HNZ ) , and Burlington Northern Santa Fe. Considering the size of Berkshire's investment in IBM, I hoped for a better answer. I wish he had directly addressed from Motley Fool Read more »