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  1. Who is Driving Berkshire Hathaway's Management ...

    A look into Berkshire Hathaway’s core management team and how they work together ...
  2. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Q2 Profits Rise ...

    Berkshire's growth was driven by the company's acquisitions, including battery manufacturer ...
  3. Berkshire Hathaway Stock: Analyzing 5 Key Suppliers ...

    Discover which companies supply Berkshire Hathaway's diverse range of businesses ...
  4. Top 3 Companies Owned by Nomad Holdings (JAH, ...

    Learn how Nomad Holdings went from a small company to one of the largest producers ...
  5. 3 Brands Owned by the S.C. Johnson Family (JOUT)

    An overview of three companies that are owned by Johnson Family Enterprises.
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