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The High Roller's Guide To Omaha (When You're Not At The Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder Meeting)

The annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting takes place in Omaha this weekend, and tens of thousands of stockholders are already flocking to the city to bask in Warren Buffett's presence. The "Woodstock of Capitalism" is a virtual circus, complete with an exhibition fair, multiple steak dinners, and a daylong jewelry sale featuring a magician and two-time U.S. chess champion.
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