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Li Lu - BRK CEO?


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I thought Fortune did a better job covering BRK. Not sure any more?

 

http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2011/04/07/turning-china-green-li-lus-case-for-optimism/

 

....Li Lu, the chairman of Himalaya Capital Management and a leading candidate to take over for Warren Buffett when the investing guru eventually retires.  (Li's chances improved recently when leading rival David Sokol parted ways with Berkshire Hathaway (BRKB).)....

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Hmm, got to agree. Perhaps this guy was reporting on the China conference of theirs and isn't in the know about Berkshire and just did some cursory research on Li Lu's background (not a lot of it is very public or recent) and Berkshire's succession planning and missed that Li Lu took himself out of the running for the CIO role.

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