Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett, who owns the Buffalo News, the Omaha World-Herald and a big chunk of the Washington Post, told shareholders today that he may more newspapers. "I think there is a future for newspapers that exist in an area where there is a sense of community," he said. "I think the economics will be ok, but it will be nothing like the old days."
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Many of the shareholders going to the Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder Meeting this weekend are going to be city slickers unfamiliar with the goings-on in down home Omaha. To make sure they feel at home, Berkshire Hathaway prepares an... Read Post