Berkshire’s CEO succession will represent a paradigm shift
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Berkshire’s CEO succession will represent a paradigm shift

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Charlie Munger’s sad death earlier this week foreshadows the even more consequential change in leadership that cannot be too much further off at Berkshire Hathaway.

Vice chairman Munger and CEO Warren Buffett’s remarkable showings at the yearly shareholder meetings allowed some of us to kid ourselves that the status quo would continue indefinitely.

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