Can’t you just feel the capitalism in the air? The annual Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders meeting has arrived.
Airport police reported a traffic jam of limos. Private jets packed TAC Air and visitors were bobbing for baubles at Borsheims. More than 20,000 people were expected through the doors Friday with more than 30,000 expected through the weekend.
Diamonds glistened, Cartier offered a new watch released just in time for the Berkshire weekend.
We found shareholders inside and out, all taking in the atmosphere.
One family from Ohio said it's a win-win with family time and taking in the business perspective.
Brian Larick said, “Really insight, you know. It is a very down to earth environment, considering what it is for, capitalism. Good perspective on a little bit of life and little bit of finance. Absolutely, spending family time."
The annual shareholders meeting begins Saturday morning.
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