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The Contra Guys see Berkshire’s ventures into airlines and tech as confusing and out of character. (Rick Wilking/REUTERS)
The Contra Guys see Berkshire’s ventures into airlines and tech as confusing and out of character. (Rick Wilking/REUTERS)

Contra Guys: Why we're almost ready to give up on Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Add to ...

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