Berkshire Hathaway Buys DaVita Shares and 4 Insider Buys to Note

on March 01 2013 12:56 PM
Billionaire Warren Buffett is making headlines as his multinational holding company Berkshire Hathaway gears up to purchase condiment giant H.J. Heinz Co (NYSE:HNZ).
Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett holds a 25 pound box of See's peanut brittle, one of his favorites, before his company's annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska April 30, 2011 Reuters

Frost Phillip Md Et Al who is CEO & Chairman at Opko Health Inc (AMEX:OPK), bought 55,000 shares at $7.07 per share for a total value of $388,599. The shares recently traded at $6.94, down $0.13, or 1.84% since the insider buy.

Berkshire Hathaway Inc who is 10% Owner at DaVita, Inc. (NYSE:DVA), bought 64,289 shares at $117.54 per share for a total value of $7,556,497. The shares recently traded at $119.62, up $2.08, or 1.77% since the insider buy.

Langone Kenneth G who is Director at Unifi Inc. (NYSE:UFI), bought 7,500 shares at $15.17 per share for a total value of $113,779. The shares recently traded at $15.66, up $0.49, or 3.23% since the insider buy.

Ellenthal Andy who is EVP- Global Sales & Operations at DG FastChannel, Inc. (NASDAQ:DGIT), bought 6,250 shares at $7.51 per share for a total value of $46,938. The shares recently traded at $7.75, up $0.24, or 3.2% since the insider buy.

Vaters Robert S who is President and CEO at Orthofix International NV (NASDAQ:OFIX), bought 3,000 shares at $35.97 per share for a total value of $107,910. The shares recently traded at $37.26, up $1.29, or 3.59% since the insider buy.

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