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At Tesla shareholder meeting, honking greets Musk’s profit promise – MarketWatch

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shares added to earlier gains in the extended session Tuesday after Chief Executive Elon Musk said that it is looks “promising” that the Silicon Valley car maker would post annual profits and vowed to release a new, more advanced version of Tesla’s Autopilot, the company’s suite of advanced driver assistance systems, “in a month or so.” Musk called the year “insanely hard” and the hardest ever for Tesla. The CEO took the stage at the company’s shareholder meeting, in which key company proposals were approved, and ahead of the battery event. At last check, shares rose 2.4% in constrast with around 1.5% at the start of the day’s events. The meeting was held outside and shareholders on site were in their Tesla cars, honking whenever Musk would say something positive about the company.

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Berkshire’s shareholder shopping event has been canceled: Here’s how to buy Buffett merchandise – Yahoo Finance

BRK-A, BRK-B) shareholders who attend the company’s annual meeting in Omaha, buying Berkshire company merchandise—everything from boxes of See’s Candy, Brooks running shoes, custom Heinz ketchup bottles and Fruit of the Loom underwear, (often festooned with images of Warren Buffett and/or Charlie Munger)—has been almost as as important as listening to Warren Buffett dispense his annual dose of wisdom. ” data-reactid=”16″ type=”text”>For the tens of thousands of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A, BRK-B) shareholders who attend the company’s annual meeting in Omaha, buying Berkshire company merchandise—everything from boxes of See’s Candy, Brooks running shoes, custom Heinz ketchup bottles and Fruit of the Loom underwear, (often festooned with images of Warren Buffett and/or Charlie Munger)—has been almost as as important as listening to Warren Buffett dispense his annual dose of wisdom. 

gone virtual, there is no shopping in person—but it can be done virtually. The week before the meeting, Berkshire posted this link, (possible tacky image alert) with some generic Berkshire attire.” data-reactid=”17″ type=”text”>This year with the meeting gone virtual, there is no shopping in person—but it can be done virtually. The week before the meeting, Berkshire posted this link, (possible tacky image alert) with some generic Berkshire attire.

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Berkshire Hathaway gear (BerkshireWear.com)

It appears these clothes and items (playing cards!) were manufactured and or distributed by Fechheimer Brothers, a Berkshire subsidiary based in Cincinnati that makes military and police uniforms for the likes of the Navy, the LAPD and the Chicago Transit Authority. 

a slew of other links on its website (the most generic-looking website on the planet) to Berkshire companies selling merchandise including from the likes of See’s, Justin Boots and GINZU. ” data-reactid=”39″ type=”text”>But on Friday, Berkshire posted a slew of other links on its website (the most generic-looking website on the planet) to Berkshire companies selling merchandise including from the likes of See’s, Justin Boots and GINZU. 

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Berkshire Hathaway merchandise (Borsheims.com)

In previous years, Berkshire products, which were sold in the 194,000 square foot Omaha convention center—adjacent to the CHI Health Center Arena (capacity 18,300)—which was where the actually annual meeting was held, were by definition available only to shareholders, since you needed to own BRK stock to gain entrance. (Of course, shareholders bought all kinds of stuff for friends and family.) 

Berkshire page will take people directly to a site they can buy from, but some take them to a landing page where one will need to be added to an email list for additional information and they will need to provide proof of stock ownership. ” data-reactid=”61″ type=”text”>This year though, non-Berkshire shareholders may be able to buy directly themselves. Some of the links on the Berkshire page will take people directly to a site they can buy from, but some take them to a landing page where one will need to be added to an email list for additional information and they will need to provide proof of st

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