GM investors will 'vote with their wallets,' says Greenlight CapitalWed, 26, Apr 2017
Greenlight Capital, which has been pressuring General Motors to restructure its share class, said it believed the automaker's shareholders will vote in their best financial interests and support the hedge fund's two-class stock proposal and nominees for the board.
Buffett seeks exemption from Texas lawMon, 24, Apr 2017
In Boston, dealer Herb Chambers builds an empire (and attracts suitors)Sat, 26, Sep 2015
While Herb Chambers says he's enjoying the new-car business more than ever, the prominence in his office of a photo of him with Warren Buffett from a recent NADA meeting begs the question: is he going to sell, too?
A billion here, a billion there ...Mon, 15, Jun 2015
In its latest earnings statement, Berkshire Hathaway valued its purchase of Van Tuyl Group at $4.11 billion, after adding up the value of the dealership group's assets and subtracting the liabilities that were assumed.
Buffett extends a hand to dealers -- 'If we shake hands, we've got a deal'Mon, 06, Apr 2015
With the deeper pockets of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. now backing it, the former Van Tuyl Group intends to add dealerships going forward. "In the next couple of years, we're likely to make a number of acquisitions," Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett said last week.
Berkshire Hathaway Automotive targets growth, possibly abroadTue, 31, Mar 2015
Berkshire Hathaway Automotive already is on the prowl to acquire more dealerships. And, top executives hinted today, that might include looking outside the US. Berkshire Hathaway closed on its purchase of Van Tuyl Group on March 9
Berkshire Hathaway completes Van Tuyl acquisitionTue, 10, Mar 2015
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway completed its purchase of the Van Tuyl Group, the largest dealership acquisition in industry history. All aspects of the sale were finalized Monday. The new Berkshire Hathaway Automotive now is the fifth-largest dealership group in the US.
GM board should not have activist investor Wilson, Buffett saysMon, 02, Mar 2015
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway's CEO and one of the largest shareholders in General Motors, told CNBC today he disagrees with putting former U.S. auto task force member Harry Wilson on the automaker's board.
Buffett says Berkshire's job is to perform, grow in auto retailMon, 02, Mar 2015
Buffett, Soros boost stakes in GM, report saysWed, 18, Feb 2015
New players are changing rules of retailing gameMon, 02, Feb 2015
If the deal by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway to buy the Van Tuyl Group wasn't enough of a signal, certainly the agents of billionaire George Soros' investment fund and other investor groups prowling the floors of the National Automobile Dealers Association convention in San Francisco last month removed all doubt. Bigger players have checked into the game.