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Warren Buffett names his likely successor at Berkshire Hathaway – The Australian Financial Review

Succession has been a closely guarded secret at Berkshire Hathaway but as Warren Buffett enters his 90s, he’s given his strongest indicator of the person who will…



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Yeah, but we do, Mr Munger said. And Greg will keep the culture.
Mr Abel has long been seen as the most likely candidate to replace Mr Buffett, given his age and his wide remit overseeing all the non-insurance businesses at the conglomerate. He joined a predecessor company in 1992 and became part of Berkshire when Mr Buffett bought MidAmerican Energy Holdings in 2000.
The directors are in agreement that if something were to happen to me tonight, it would be Greg whod take over tomorrow morning,…

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