Morningstar kijkt terug op ava Berkshire Hathaway

Voor wie de pelgrimstoch naar het orakel van Omaha niet heeft kunnen maken. Over Warren Buffett, de ruzie met David Sokol en de opvolging.

Maarten van der Pas 02 mei, 2011 | 14:35
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Morningstar-analisten Paul Larson, Greggory Warren en Drew Woodbury en redacteur Jason Stipp reisden af naar Omaha om superbelegger Warren Buffett te horen over de tegenvallende resultaten van Berkshire Hathaway, het incident met topman David Sokol, de opvolgingskwestie en overnamedoelen van Berkshire.

Lees de blogs en artikelen en bekijk de video's (Engelstalig):

Berkshire Annual Meeting Live Blog
featuring Morningstar's Paul Larson and Gregg Warren

Question Marks Still Hang After Berkshire Meeting
Shareholders' concerns about who will replace Buffett grow larger and larger with each year that passes.

Our Breakdown on Berkshire
The annual 'Woodstock for Capitalists' featured a few tough questions, but still much love for the Oracle of Omaha.

Buffett Faces Sokol, Dividend Questions (video)
Morningstar's Paul Larson and Gregg Warren offer commentary on meeting Q&A hot topics, including Buffett's explanation of the Sokol incident and the big dividend question.

Weighing Berkshire's Acquisition Prospects (video)
Are Berkshire's best acquisition days behind it? Berkshire authors weigh in.

How Serious Is the Succession Issue? (video)
Buffett authors weigh in on the transparency of Berkshire's succession plan and size up a post-Buffett Berkshire Hathaway.

Sokol's Gone...Move On (video)
A group of Buffett biographers and experts comment on the David Sokol incident and what it means for Berkshire's internal controls.

Visit our Berkshire Hathaway 2011 homepage to see our full coverage, including our pre-meeting commentary.

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Maarten van der Pas  is Financial Markets Editor bij Morningstar Benelux

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