Dillard’s jumps more than 20% after one of Buffett’s investing lieutenants discloses personal stake

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Dillard’s jumps more than 20% after one of Buffett’s investing lieutenants discloses personal stake
 
Published Friday, October 16, 2020
by Pippa Stevens @PIPPASTEVENS13

Berkshire Hathway investment manager Ted Weschler, bought nearly 1.08 million shares of Dillard's. That's about 5.89% of shares outstanding. After disclosing a personal stake in the retailer, Dillard's shares gained 27% on Monday. 

 

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