Jacob Sonenshine, provided by Published 1:42 pm, Monday, May 7, 2018 Paul Morigi/Getty Images Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger could retire soon, but that’s not a concern to Buffett himself. Buffett thinks Berkshire Hathaway has the assets to grow, and the culture to use those assets effectively. Watch Berkshire Hathaway stock trade in real time here. Berkshire Hathaway’s legendary duo Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger could retire soon. But amid some concerns that the conglomerate will take a hit if that happens, Buffett isn’t at all worried, according to a Morgan Stanley note on Berkshire Hathaway’s annual letter to shareholders. LATEST BUSINESS VIDEOS Now Playing: Now Playing Poll Shows Nearly Half of Americans Use Facebook Several Times Daily Buzz 60 How One Company Is Connecting Front Lawns to the Cloud Cheddar TV McDonald’s Posts Stellar First-Quarter Earnings Wibbitz Kroger Is Going High Tech and Hiring More Cheddar TV Lionsgate’s Big Bet on Gaming Cheddar TV Previewing the Federal Reserve’s Meeting Cheddar TV Apple Earnings Prove it’s More Than Just iPhones Cheddar TV Oculus Go Aims to Be Facbook’s VR Gateway for the Masses Cheddar TV Sales of Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN.’ Rose 236 Percent After Pulitzer Win Wibbitz Mark Zuckerberg Just Revealed One… Read full this story
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