Mr Buffett - a world-renowned investor whose stock picks and market commentary are closely followed - has raised a total of $29.6m (£22.2m) for Glide through the auctions. His first wife, Susie, introduced him to Glide after she volunteered there. "They've been doing it for decades", Mr. Buffett said. Is yours on the list? The victor, who wishes to remain anonymous like many other previous winners, is allowed to bring his/her seven friends to the lunch with Warren Buffett at Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse at New York City. The nonprofit organization provides a variety of services, including food, shelter and child care, for people who are poor, homeless or battling substance abuse.
As they tuck into the carnivore palace's NY Cut Sirloin, Colorado Rib Steak and other dishes, diners can ask Buffett about any topic they like - except one: what's his next investment. The only subject that's off limits is what Mr. Buffett might invest in next.
Buffett's company owns more than 90 companies including insurance, furniture, railroad, jewelry, utility and candy businesses.
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Kim Yo-jong delivered a personal letter to South Korean President Moon Jae-in on behalf of her brother, Kim Jong Un at the time. Bush administration. "And so to build trust, I think that they should stop taking those unilateral actions at this point".