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News about Graham Holdings
At Berkshire's annual meeting tomorrow, the Oracle may field questions about poor stock performance.
I don’t admire Berkshire’s tax practices -- but I respect them as being honest, honorable, and mainstream.
Allowing companies to split into separate parts, tax-free, is a long-accepted practice. But now it seems that practice has been twisted into a very effective tax-dodge.
Is it right for Graham Holdings to have super-voting shares now that it has no newspaper to protect from Wall Street or, for that matter, political pressures?
Berkshire Hathaway may swap its shares in Graham Holdings for a piece of the company.