In 1999 when Warren Buffett bought a 75% stake in MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company, David Sokol was its CEO. He retained his position till 2008. Apart from managing MidAmerican, Sokol played a crucial role in turning around Berkshire’s other investments like NetJets and Johns Manville. Over the years he established a reputation inside Berkshire Hathaway as Mr. Fixit.
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