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Buffett nears a milestone he doesn’t want: $100 bn in cash. berkshire hathaway Inc, the conglomerate he’s run for more than five decades, reported Friday that it held just shy of $100 billion in cash at the end of the second quarter. While that figure highlights the staggering money-making ability of the businesses he’s collected over [.]
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Warren Buffett nears a milestone he doesn’t want: $100 billion in cash 7 Aug, 2017, 04.12PM IST Berkshire on Friday reported that it held just shy of $100 billion in cash at the end of Q2.
It’s a milestone Warren Buffett probably wishes he weren’t approaching. Berkshire Hathaway Inc., the conglomerate he’s run for more than five decades, reported Friday that it held just shy of $100 billion in cash at the end of the second quarter.
As Berkshire Hathaway, holding just shy of $100 million in cash, doesn’t pay a dividend and rarely buys back its own stock, Warren Buffett is on the hook to find ways to invest those funds
Because Berkshire doesn’t pay a dividend and rarely buys back its own stock, Buffett is on the hook to find ways to invest those funds.