Warren Buffett Special Tomorrow on Bloomberg TV

    Warren Buffett Special Tomorrow on Bloomberg TV

    “You don’t make $40 billion by being one of the Muppets. Warren takes no prisoners.” –biographer Alice Schroeder


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    “I have a great time every day. I’m getting to do exactly what I want to do in life.” –Buffett


    Tomorrow, May 3rd at 9pm ET/PT, Bloomberg Television presents the newest episode of “Bloomberg Game Changers,” featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the world of the Warren Buffett.

    Ahead of this weekend’s Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting, expected to draw crowds of over 40,000, Bloomberg offers rare access and interviews to the Oracle of Omaha and his legendary friends and business associates including Bill Gates, Charlie Munger, John Gutfreund and daughter Susie Buffett.

     Special coverage can be seen on Bloomberg TV, heard on Bloomberg Radio and viewed via livestream on Bloomberg.com or on the Bloomberg TV+ app for iPad.

    With over 90 minutes of rare material, including behind-the-scenes footage online and on Bloomberg TV+, tune in to hear Buffett look back on his extraordinary investing career, his run-in with the SEC and his multiple interventions to help rescue the U.S. financial system.

     Watch preview here: http://www.bloomberg.com/video/91682109/

     Interviews with: Berkshire Hathaway early investor Chuck Peterson; Buffalo News publisher Stan Lipsey; John Gutfreund and Deryck Maughan, formerly of Salomon Brothers and Buffett biographers Alice Schroeder and Roger Lowenstein.