NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- When was the last time you made a billion dollars in five minutes? Warren Buffett just did.
The deal includes a 6% annual dividend, the option for BofA to buy back the shares at any time for a 5% premium and warrants for Berkshire to purchase 700 million BofA shares at $7.14 each.
Jobs returned to Apple in 1998 when it was a struggling company with a market cap under $6 billion. Now 13 years later, Apple has a $350 billion market cap, making the company the second-biggest in the U.S. after Exxon Mobil (Fortune 500).,
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