1. Warren Buffett has donated a lifetime total of $20 billion—the second-highest amount.
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4. Warren Buffett has spent the majority of his life in Omaha, Nebraska, but he lived in Washington, DC for a while during his teen years after his father was elected to Congress and moved the family east.
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15. Warren Buffett was born on August 30, 1930 in Omaha, Nebraska.
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17. Since 2000, Warren Buffett has held an annual fundraiser, auctioning off a charity lunch with him on eBay.
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18. Warren Buffett has lived in the same Omaha house since 1958 that he originally bought for $31,500.
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20. Warren Buffett purchased Delta Airlines shares over the first three quarters of 2018.
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22. In May 2012, Warren Buffett said he had avoided buying stock in new social media companies such as Facebook and Google because it is hard to estimate future value.
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25. Warren Buffett viewed the United States' expanding trade deficit as a trend that will devalue the US dollar and US assets.
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27. Warren Buffett faults the incentives in the United States medical industry, that payers reimburse doctors for procedures leading to unnecessary care (overutilization), instead of paying for results.
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29. Warren Buffett described the health care reform under President Barack Obama as insufficient to deal with the costs of health care in the US, though he supports its aim of expanding health insurance coverage.
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30. Warren Buffett intimated that John McCain's views on social justice were so far from his own that McCain would need a "lobotomy" for Buffett to change his endorsement.
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31. Warren Buffett reads five newspapers every day, beginning with the Omaha World Herald, which his company acquired in 2011.
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38. Warren Buffett became a billionaire when Berkshire Hathaway began selling class A shares on May 29, 1990, with the market closing at $7,175 a share.
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41. Warren Buffett took control of Berkshire Hathaway at a board meeting and named a new president, Ken Chace, to run the company.
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42. Warren Buffett invested in and eventually took control of a textile manufacturing firm, Berkshire Hathaway.
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44. Warren Buffett purchased a five-bedroom stucco house in Omaha, where he still lives, for $31,500.
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48. At the age of 15, Warren Buffett made more than $175 monthly delivering Washington Post newspapers.
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49. Warren Buffett was inspired by a book he borrowed from the Omaha public library at the age of seven, One Thousand Ways to Make $1000.
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50. Warren Buffett was born in 1930 in Omaha, Nebraska, the second of three children and the only son of Leila and Congressman Howard Buffett.
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52. Warren Buffett is actively contributing to political causes, having endorsed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the 2016 US presidential election; he has publicly opposed the policies, actions, and statements of the current US president, Donald Trump.
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53. Warren Buffett founded The Giving Pledge in 2009 with Bill Gates, whereby billionaires pledge to give away at least half of their fortunes.
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62. Warren Buffett has generated enormous long-term returns at Berkshire Hathaway, but in the past 12 years, John Malone is far ahead of him.
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66. Warren Buffett has used a small portion of its massive cash pile to buy back stock in Berkshire Hathaway, his fund's first major new investment in nearly three years.
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67. Warren Buffett sees little value in global stocks and buys Berkshire Hathaway shares.
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68. Warren Buffett has overseen his company, Berkshire Hathaway, buy back over $900 million of its own stock, something Mr Buffett does not particularly like or like to do often.
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69. Warren Buffett buys back $928 million of Berkshire Hathaway shares.
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71. Warren Buffett sends 'strong signal' to market with Berkshire Hathaway's $1 billion buyback.
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73. On December 16, 2015, Warren Buffett endorsed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for president.
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75. On July 2, 2008, Warren Buffett attended a $28,500 per plate fundraiser for Obama's campaign in Chicago.
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78. In April 2017, Warren Buffett agreed to have his likeness placed on Cherry Coke products in China.
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