Andrew Ross Sorkin, one of the journalists selected by Warren Buffett to screen questions for the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting, has a New York Times column today defending Mr. Buffett from the charge of hypocrisy in the case where Berkshire subsidiary NetJets is in court trying to avoid paying more than $300 million in taxes that the government says it owes. Mr. Sorkin calls the case "little-followed," but we've had coverage of it on this site here, here and here. See also this comment.
Sorkin on Buffett and Taxes
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