have been extremely sound. His purchase of CBRL stock was very good- and made at a time when negativity in CBRL was very high. It was a classic great value investment. So he hasn't made it on the board of CBRL. So what. He's made money on the stock and will continue to do so.
He's done a fine job as CEO of BH. Don't get distracted by things that don't matter- like the name of the company changed.
BH stock is beginning to be a deep value play run my a guy who is talented and putting together a strong capital allocation track record.
Money managers go in and out of favor all the time. There is a lot of upside in BH with little downside.