Royal succession is often marked by intrigue. Such seems the case at Berkshire Hathaway, where the efforts to line up a replacement for Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett are beginning resemble events at Elsinore Castle.

While there have been many names bandied about as to who will eventually assume oracular duties in Omaha, we now know it is not to be David Sokol, who resigned last week.

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