Conglomerates

  1. Is Alphabet the Next Berkshire Hathaway?

    Google has made headlines for self-driving cars and biotech products, but the most ...
  2. Warren Buffett's Latest Bet: The Riskiest Yet?

    Warren Buffett just made the biggest — and possibly riskiest — acquisition of his ...
  3. How Google's Transformation to Alphabet Will ...

    Google will retain search, ads, maps, apps, YouTube and Android, according to the ...
  4. Why Google Became Alphabet

    Why did Google create Alphabet? Will it change the company's DNA or is it a mere ...
  5. 5 Conglomerates with Exposure to the Caribbean

    These five well-diversified conglomerates play a major role in the economies of the ...
  6. How Honeywell (HON) Makes its Money

    Honeywell is a true conglomerate in a world of ever-greater specialization. Here's ...
  1. Is Alphabet the Next Berkshire Hathaway?

    Google has made headlines for self-driving cars and biotech products, but the most ...
  2. Warren Buffett's Latest Bet: The Riskiest Yet?

    Warren Buffett just made the biggest — and possibly riskiest — acquisition of his ...
  3. How Google's Transformation to Alphabet Will ...

    Google will retain search, ads, maps, apps, YouTube and Android, according to the ...
  4. Why Google Became Alphabet

    Why did Google create Alphabet? Will it change the company's DNA or is it a mere ...
  5. How Honeywell (HON) Makes its Money

    Honeywell is a true conglomerate in a world of ever-greater specialization. Here's ...
  6. General Electric: Good News/Bad News

    General Electric is generous to its shareholders, but that's not the only factor ...
  1. What is the difference between a green field and a brown field investment?

    Read about the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing green field or brown field investments in the foreign direct investment, ...
  2. Why is the 1982 AT&T breakup considered one of the most successful spinoffs in history?

    AT&T had a history reaching back to 1885 and, as a government-supported monopoly, was a highly profitable company. Colloquially ...
  3. What are the differences between affiliate, associate and subsidiary companies?

    All three of these terms refer to the degree of ownership that a parent company holds in another company. In most cases, ...
  4. Are domestic and foreign subsidiaries included on a company's financial statements?

    A subsidiary is a company that is controlled by another 'parent' company. The subsidiary acts and operates like its own entity ...
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