Within the future of Berkshire Hathaway without Warren Buffett

When Warren Buffett turns 90 in August, it would be natural for Berkshire Hathaway shareholders to celebrate their success and worry about the future of the extraordinary company he built. In his 55 years at the helm as CEO, president and chief investment officer, Buffett turned a troubled textile manufacturer into a conglomerate of $ 555 billion, using investment skills that became the envy of American business.

An investor who put $ 1,000 – approximately 50 shares – in Berkshire in 1965 would now have $ 20 million, against $ 175,000 per …

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