Why Buffett Bought More Airlines [WEBCAST]

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Berkshire Hathaway significantly added to its positions in the big four domestic airline carriers—American, Delta, Southwest and United—according to a regulatory filing for the last quarter of 2016. Warren Buffett learned recently what we’ve been saying for a while…that airlines have transformed their business model to take advantage of opportunities for growth. Watch the webcast replay for the latest updates.

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