The billionaire's fan club extends far and wide in the country, and tourists flock to Omaha to get a closer look.
The annual charity auction for a meal with the billionaire at Smith & Wollensky is accepting bids until Friday evening.
Billionaires also decided to cut stakes in DirecTV and P&G and buy shares of BlackBerry, Facebook and Expedia.
On Monday evening, the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg reported AT&T will offer a merger for DirecTV, in a takeover deal that would value the company at around $48 billion.
Apple is still the most valuable company on earth, but when you measure using several benchmarks, Chinese banks come out on top.
Shareholders peppered the company's leaders with questions about Coca-Cola, perceived weaknesses and the choice of Howard Buffett as the future nonexecutive chairman.
Shareholders heading to Omaha this weekend are seeing sky-high room rates. 'I want to protect my cubs,' Buffett says.
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