Buffett's Berkshire is anything but Brittle

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Warren Buffett returned to the stage in Omaha last weekend for the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting after a two-year hiatus. Christopher Rossbach (pictured), chief investment officer, J. Stern & Co, has made the annual pilgrimage for over a decade and, was one of the thousands to attend. He found the legendary investor in great form. It was great to be back in Omaha, Nebraska for the first in-person Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting since 2019. I had wondered - would it be the same and would the crowds return? After all, every year, the Woodstock of capitalism is attended by tens of ...

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