Investors Shouldn't Fear a Buffett-less Berkshire
May 25th 2013 10:00AM
Updated May 25th 2013 1:30PM
Someday, Warren Buffett will depart from Berkshire Hathaway. Should investors be concerned? As Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss, Buffett has created a corporate culture at Berkshire that won't evaporate when Buffett is gone, thanks to a culture that's been meticulous with its day-to-day operations, capital, and succession plans. Matt and David argue that Berkshire is likely to benefit shareholders with its disciplined approach for years to come.
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