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What Do You Think of Sokol's Conduct?

Outgoing Berkshire Hathaway executive David Sokol tells CNBC exclusively that he did nothing wrong when he purchased shares of Lubrizol and then suggested Berkshire aquire the company. Sokol had been seen as a likely successor to Warren Buffett.

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