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Warren Buffett's $123 billion Apple stake is worth more than Starbucks, Boeing, and IBM

Business Insider Tuesday, 25 August 2020
Warren Buffett's $123 billion Apple stake is worth more than Starbucks, Boeing, and IBM· *Warren Buffett's Apple position is worth more than Starbucks, Boeing, or IBM.*
· *The billionaire investor's Berkshire Hathaway has a 5.7% stake worth $123 billion, surpassing the market capitalizations of Starbucks ($92 billion), Boeing ($101 billion), and IBM ($112 billion).*
· *Berkshire's Apple stake is worth almost...
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