Citigroup (C) is in an uncomfortable spot. Its bankers may have information needed to determine whether David Sokol, the onetime successor to Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A) Chairman Warren Buffett violated securities laws when personally trading in shares of Lubrizol, which Berkshire acquired for $9 billion. – Reuters
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