Buffett Tells CNBC He Won't Sell Shares of IBM

Friday, 03 May 2013 08:03 AM

 

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Berkshire Hathaway chairman and chief executive Warren Buffett said that he would not sell shares of IBM Corp., even as the company missed earnings expectations last month.

"I won't be a seller of IBM," Buffett told cable television network CNBC ahead of Berkshire's annual shareholder meeting, which will begin May 4 in Omaha, Nebraska.

Buffett also said he did not buy more shares of IBM following the company's disappointing earnings results, which led to an 8 percent drop in the company's shares a day later.

Buffett added that he may buy more shares in IBM "from time to time," but that he neither bought nor sold shares after the company's quarterly earnings miss.

He said that he "may have added a little bit" to Berkshire's stake in the company in the first quarter.

Buffett also told CNBC that he is "100 percent" in favor of JPMorgan Chase chairman and chief executive Jamie Dimon maintaining both roles at the bank. Dimon faces a shareholder vote this month at JPMorgan's annual meeting that could push the board to strip him of his chairman's role.

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