Warren Buffett Is Making a Major Change at Berkshire Hathaway’s Next Annual Meeting

The famed billionaire has a plan.

His impressive investment history aside, Warren Buffett has a calm, steady demeanor that makes him a joy to listen to.

He’s also approachable and seems to do his best to honestly answer questions at Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meetings.

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However, Buffett recently said that he’s planning to make some changes to the way he and vice chairman Charlie Munger handle the next Berkshire Hathaway  (BRK.A) – Get Free Report annual meeting, according to a tweet from CNBC reporter Yun Li.

In a second tweet, Li shared a quote that’s right in line with Buffett’s admirable enthusiasm for the yearly event, as well as mentioning that vice president of insurance operations Ajit Jain and Berkshire CEO Greg Abel would be in attendance for the morning session only.

A third quote also reports that Buffett and Munger will not be sharing annual reports at this year’s meeting.

Typically Buffett, Munger, Abel, and Jain take questions from the audience during the meeting, which usually lasts about five hours.

The next annual meeting is scheduled for May 6, 2023, and will take place in Omaha, Neb. at the CHI Health Center Arena. starting at 8:30 a.m. The 2022 meeting was attended by more than 40,000 people.

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