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    1. Tesla’s Largest Institutional Investor is Standing by the Firm Through Various Scandals

      Tesla’s Largest Institutional Investor is Standing by the Firm Through Various Scandals
      • Baillie Gifford, the largest institutional investor in Tesla, increased its stake in the company during the first quarter despite all the controversy surrounding the electric carmaker.
      • We recently asked Andrew Telfer, the $252 billion asset manager's joint senior partner, what it takes for the firm to sell a company it has invested in for the long haul...
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    2. How Warren Buffett's Annual Q&A Meetings Exploded to Become a Must-Go Extravaganza for Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Around the World

      How Warren Buffett's Annual Q&A Meetings Exploded to Become a Must-Go Extravaganza for Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Around the World
      • On May 5, Warren Buffett will once again host thousands of shareholders who flock to Omaha for a chance to listen to him answer questions for several hours and maybe get to ask one.
      • The annual pilgrimage had more modest beginnings in the lunchroom of one of Berkshire Hathaway's subsidiaries...
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    3. There are 2 ways America's Biggest Companies Dole out Cash to Shareholders — and one is way better than the other

      There are 2 ways America's Biggest Companies Dole out Cash to Shareholders — and one is way better than the other

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      • Companies that consistently buyback their shares outperform those that regularly pay dividends, according to Citi's Tobias Levkovich.
      • Buybacks have helped support stocks at times when mutual funds and other large investors backed off.
      • Critics of buybacks say that they're often done solely to meet Wall Street's earnings-per-share estimates and help company executives earn bonuses tied to stock performance...
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    4. Citi Identifies the More Rewarding of the 2 Ways America's Biggest Companies Dole Out Cash to Shareholders

      Citi Identifies the More Rewarding of the 2 Ways America's Biggest Companies Dole Out Cash to Shareholders

      REUTERS

      • Companies that consistently buyback their shares outperform those that regularly pay dividends, according to Citi's Tobias Levkovich.
      • Buybacks have helped support stocks at times when mutual funds and other large investors backed off.
      • Critics of buybacks say that they're often done solely to meet Wall Street's earnings-per-share estimates and help company executives earn bonuses tied to stock performance...
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