Bruce Whitfield (left) and Warren Ingram (right).
Warren Buffett is notoriously wary of investing in technology companies.
This stance has, generally, worked for him.
However, he now owns more than 8% of IBM.
He also spent quite a bit of time at this year’s Berkshire Hathaway AGM talking about the impact of Amazon on retailers and real estate investments.
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