Citigroup May Hold Key to Sokol’s Lubrizol Trade

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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