How SEC Treats Buffett Differently Than Activist Hedge Funds
Also, the securities regulator issues another delay for consolidated audit trail
It’s well known that Warren Buffett and activist hedge funds both like to conceal their big stakes in public companies for as long as possible. But why does Buffett get treated differently by the SEC?
Likening the folksy octogenarian, a legendary buy-and-hold investor, to firms that take on management and are often derided as predatory may seem like a st…
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