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The SEC has closed its investigation into David Sokol, a former top aide to Warren Buffett, for...

The SEC has closed its investigation into David Sokol, a former top aide to Warren Buffett, for possible insider trading and decided not to press charges. Sokol resigned from Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) in 2011 after he bought shares in Lubrizol about two months before Berkshire said it was acquiring the lubricants company. It was Sokol who recommended that Berkshire purchase Lubrizol.
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  • bibol11
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    Looks like another Obama supporting company. Gets by with insider trading. If you can buy stock and then after you by it. Have your company buy it. Then why even have these laws.
    5 Jan 2013, 03:19 PM Reply Like
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