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Berkshire

a sometime breed of pigs bred chiefly for pork. Characterized by a dished face and a black coat with white points. A variant with a longer body than the British breed is the Canadian Berkshire.
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S&P said that while Berkshire retains a "very strong financial risk profile," with noninsurance operations generating a majority of operating profit, only Burlington Northern provides a significant portion of total dividends paid by those operating companies to the parent holding company.
Peter Donovan, CEO of Berkshire Mortgage, said that this acquisition helps Berkshire meet both of these goals.
Like other money managers who handle more than $100 million of stock, Berkshire must file quarterly reports with the SEC that list its holdings.
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Greenblatt attaches email correspondence with Ajit Jain (pictured), head of Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance Group.
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