Buffett: See’s Candies Is A Good Business, But BNSF Is BetterRupert Hargreaves
See's Candies, the confectionery business owned by Berkshire Hathaway, and BNSF, the largest freight railroad network in North America, also owned by Berkshire Hathaway don't have much in common apart from their parent at first glance.
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However, according to Berkshire's chairman, Warren Buffett they're both exceptional businesses that have substantial competitive advantages and generate attractive rates of return on capital.
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