No More Hyper-Growth at Berkshire, But...
May 13th 2013 11:14AM
Updated May 13th 2013 11:30AM
Berkshire Hathaway is now the fifth-largest company in the U.S. Much has been made of the fact that its sheer size precludes the kinds of acquisitions that have powered its performance in years past. Motley Fool analysts Joe Magyer and Rex Moore were in Omaha recently, and they offer their thoughts on what Buffett is capable of in the future.
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