Warren Buffett Says Elon Musk Can Do Better As CEO

Warren Buffett Says Elon Musk Can Do Better As CEO

Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO, sits down with Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer in a Yahoo Finance Exclusive. Buffett responds to Elon Musk’s recent behavior and manner in which he uses social media.

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Warren Buffett On Elon Musk’s Behavior As A CEO

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I don't know if you've been following this Warren but what do you think of Elon Musk's behavior as a CEO.

Well I think it has room for improvement. He he he would say the same thing. It is just some people have a talent for interesting quotes and others. Others have a little bit more of a blocker up there. So that's been a problem. But he's he's a remarkable guy but I don't see you don't see the subsidy to communicate. I've never. I think I've got seven tweets because a friend of mine signed up for it and she's called me about a hundred times. Can I tweet this or that. I said yes two or seven times I guess or something like that. I've never actually written one myself. I don't even know how to do it. Have you talked to Ilan ever join the Giving Pledge. Saw it once or twice. That's a lot of years ago. Seven or eight years ago I'm not. And he hasn't come to our annual gathering so I haven't seen him for seven or eight years.

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