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Berkshire Hathaway's Interest In Apple

In the past year, Berkshire Hathaway has purchased a $1.7 billion stake in Apple. Although the position is relatively small compared to other marketable securities held by Buffett and Munger, there are numerous reasons why the legendary holding company is starting to take a position.
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