Berkshire shareholders line up early to hear Buffett

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By Jonathan Stempel and Carolina Mandl OMAHA, Neb. (Reuters) -Shareholders lined up early for Berkshire Hathaway Inc’s hotly-anticipated annual shareholder meeting, being held in person on Saturday for the first time since before the pandemic, where they will have the chance to quiz Warren Buffett on everything from corporate governance, potential new investments and his views on the economy. Buffett, 91, chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire, and Vice Chairman Charlie Munger, 98, will answer shareholder questions for roughly five hours when the meeting convenes in Omaha, Nebraska….

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