Berkshire tops $200K a share, Cisco sliding after earnings

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Time for your daily dose of Trending Tickers, the stocks you're watching as measured by Yahoo Finance ticker searches. Making the list today:

Cisco (CSCO) - Shares of the network systems giant are down close to three percent today on news that the company will cut 8% of it's work force or about 6,000 jobs. The news comes on the heels of Cisco's latest earnings report which showed a decline in revenues year over year, just one stat highlighting Cisco's struggles in an ever changing tech landscape

Kohl's (KSS) - The department store chain is seeing shares pop by more than 3% today after a solid earnings report. Kohl's was able to cut operating costs by 2% and, despite a slow start to the quarter, reported strong comp store sales in July that helped lift the chain to an earnings beat.

Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A) - For the first time ever Warren Buffet's company is trading above $200,000 a share. The oracle of Omaha has avoided stock splits, instead letting shares of his company rocket to record levels. He says it helps assure those shareholders are serious, longterm investors. For those wondering, the second highest price stock belongs to Seaboard (SEB) at 2,890

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