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Berkshire Hathaway Inc. will sell rubber ducks of Chairman Warren Buffett and Vice Chairman Charles Munger wearing Mexican-themed outfits at the company's annual meeting, which falls two days before Cinco de Mayo.

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Replay: April 8 Warren Watch chat
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Warren Buffett Buffett makes cameo on 'Perls of Knowledge'
Buffett was revealed this morning as one of the masterminds behind the Twitter persona of University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Harvey Perlman.
Replay: April 1 Warren Watch chat
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Warren Buffett Watch: Plenty of cheaper rooms for Berkshire weekend, hotel owner says
Relax Inn owner Mike Patel said not all hotels charge $400 a night and require three-night minimums. Those rates and minimum-stay policies, mostly for downtown hotels, have prompted some shareholders to complain about hotel costs during the May 3 meeting weekend.
Gouging or good business? Hiked-up Omaha hotel rates have Berkshire stockholders grumbling
Demand exceeding supply can be a fine thing for a business, Warren Buffett knows, but it seems to him that some Omaha hotels are taking advantage of Berkshire shareholders.
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Buy a Warren Buffett Fathead and help out charity
Fathead, the company that makes those huge faces people hold up at sporting events, is selling a Warren Buffett Fathead for $29.99, with the proceeds going to charity, Fortune magazine reported.
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'McDreamy' joins Warren Buffett for online giving course
The Learning By Giving Foundation announced Monday that Patrick Dempsey had agreed to join the Warren and Doris Buffett, baseball legend Cal Ripken Jr. and other philanthropists in sharing lessons they learned from their own charitable efforts.
Replay: March 25 Warren Watch chat
Have a question for Steve Jordon about the Oracle of Omaha? Submit your questions now, then join Steve at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday to discuss the latest news about Warren Buffett.
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Warren Buffett Watch: Charlie Munger, law firm ties still strong
Saying that Munger, Tolles & Olson of Los Angeles is “Charlie Munger's law firm,” as we did here recently, has a certain amount of history behind it.
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Warren Buffett's Graham swap is latest deal to limit IRS's take
Warren Buffett, who has criticized businesses for complaining about tax rates, showed last week how adept he is at lowering his company's payments to the United States.
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