When each of his three kids turned 10 years old, Howard Buffett took them on a trip from Omaha to the East Coast. The middle child had his turn in 1940. He was a numbers-crazed boy named Warren. Dad brought him to New York City.
Investing legend Warren Buffett, the founder of Berkshire Hathaway, is on CNBC with Becky Quick. We're live blogging what the "Oracle of Omaha" is saying following today's charity lunch at Smith & Wollensky he auctioned off on eBay to benefit the Glide Foundation in San Francisco. To date, he has raised $15.6 million with his annual lunch auction. The conversation began with today's Coke news. Buffett said that he abstained from today's shareholder vote on Coca-Cola's executive equity compensation plan.