An American corporation called Business Wire distributes full-text press releases from tens of thousands of businesses and organisations. It belongs to Berkshire Hathaway as a subsidiary.
Business Wire is a dependable source for news organisations, journalists, investment professionals, and regulatory agencies. Its multi-patented NX network feeds news directly into editorial systems and top online news sources.
Reporters can access your release right away from their own systems, guaranteeing that your story receives the attention it merits.
Lorry I. Lokey
Lorry I. Lokey started Business Wire in 1961. It began by distributing press releases to 16 Californian media outlets. In order to offer rapid, equal access to corporate information as indicated by the SEC’s fair disclosure regulation, Business Wire stopped delivering news to financial outlets 15 minutes before anyone else in 2000, ahead of its primary rival PR Newswire (Reg FD).
In 2001, Business Wire opened an office in London, marking the beginning of the company’s first fully owned European operation.
Business Wire introduced a new news and content delivery upgrade service in January 2014.
Forbes Global 2000
The largest public corporation in the world, according to the Forbes Global 2000 list and criteria, is Berkshire Hathaway. The seventh-largest component of the S&P 500 Index as of August 2020 (based on free-float market capitalisation) is Berkshire’s Class B stock.
The market capitalisation of Berkshire Hathaway rose to over $730 billion on March 16, 2022, when its Class A shares closed at a record price of $500,000.
American multinational conglomerate holding firm Berkshire Hathaway Inc. has its main office in Omaha, Nebraska.