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Warren Buffett's 35-year-old protege Tracy Britt Cool is leaving Berkshire Hathaway to start her own mini-Berkshire

Jim Chanos, founder of Kynikos Associates, revealed today at #DeliveringAlpha  a stock he has been shorting for years: kidney dialysis company DaVita. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is the largest DaVita stakeholder at roughly 24%.

It promises to be just like Berkshire Hathaway but for companies too small to be on Warren Buffett's radar.

How do you expect Tracy Britt Cool’s new venture to fit in the market alongside Berkshire Hathaway?

Warren Buffett protege and former financial assistant Tracy Britt Cool going it alone with plans to create a 'mini-Berkshire Hathaway'.

One of Warren Buffett's top lieutenants is reportedly leaving Berkshire Hathaway to start a company of her own

Warren Buffett on how he chooses managers, the danger of derivatives and more highlights from the 1994 Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholders meeting. See highlights from the past 24 years of meetings here: #AllThingsBuffett 

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World's most admired companies, 2018. 1. Apple 2. Amazon 3. Alphabet 4. Berkshire Hathaway 5. Starbucks 6. Walt Disney 7. Microsoft 8. Southwest Airlines 9. FedEx 10. JPMorgan Chase 11. Netflix 12. Facebook 13. Costco 14. American Express 15. Salesforce (Fortune)

Warren Buffett has been donating a portion of his Berkshire Hathaway shares to charity since 2006. According to a press release Monday, the value of Buffett's gifts has totaled $34 billion.

2. Contributions to Steve King, an openly white nationalist congressman, (2018 cycle): ($5,000) Berkshire Hathaway, ($2500) ($9000) ($2,000) ($2,500)

Then I’m going to build a moat & fill it w candy. Warren B will not be able to resist investing! Berkshire Hathaway kryptonite …

Corporations that have ended financial support for Steve King: @blackhillsutilities  Corporations remaining silent: Berkshire Hathaway ()

4. And yet, some of the most powerful corporations in America continue to financially support King. ($5,000) Berkshire Hathaway, ($2500) ($9000) ($2,000) ($2,500)

This is appalling: “For his 2018 campaign, King has received contributions from AT&T ($5,000), Berkshire Hathaway ($2,500), the American Bankers Association ($9,000), Land O’Lakes ($2,500), Intel ($2,000), and many others.”

Breaking News: Three corporate giants — Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase — are forming a company that could disrupt U.S. health care

BREAKING: Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon, and JPMorgan Chase partner on health care for their US employees through creation of “an independent company that is free from profit-making incentives and constraints”

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