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Borsheim's Fine Jewelry ( // BOHR-shymz; frequently abbreviated without an apostrophe as Borsheims) is a jewelry store in Omaha, Nebraska. The store was founded in 1870, and has been a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway since 1989.
Louis Borsheim started Borsheims in downtown Omaha in 1870. The business was sold to Louis Friedman and his son Ike in 1947. The two retained the Borsheims name.
Borsheims is led by Susan M. Jacques, who became Borsheims president and CEO in 1994. Borsheims covers more than 62,500 square feet (5,810 m2) after its 2006 remodel, and maintains an inventory that includes more than 100,000 pieces.
Borsheims hosts the reception for Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholders meetings, which has attracted more than 30,000 people in recent years. In 2006, Warren Buffett and Bill Gates played bridge together at Borsheims.
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