Not every company’s shareholder meeting turns into a type of personal finance carnival, but Warren Buffett’s company is anything but normal.
What is normally a decent sized annual event for shareholders has turned into a festival of sorts where investors and media flock to see what the Oracle of Omaha will say next.
The shareholder meeting is covered heavily in the media, and a classic event is where shareholders get to ask questions to Buffett in a public forum.
The next question on investors’ minds: who will follow Buffett in running the company?
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