By Ed Lin
A major Alaskan agency recently made big changes in its largest stock investments.
Alaska's Department of Revenue, which collects and invests public funds, cut back in Class B shares of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (ticker: Berkshire Hathaway ), and reduced its position in Oracle (ORCL) stock in the first quarter. The agency also increased investments in the three publicly traded wireless-tower stocks: American Tower REIT (AMT), Crown Castle International (CCI), and SBA Communications (SBAC) during the period. The trades, among others, were disclosed in a form the agency filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.