Warren Buffett prefers waiting to start of April to assess Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting: Omaha mayor By Reuters

(Reuters) – The mayor of Omaha, Nebraska said on Wednesday that Warren Buffett would prefer to wait until one month before Berkshire Hathaway Inc’s (N:) annual shareholder weekend to decide whether to change its plans because of the coronavirus outbreak.

Speaking at a news conference, Mayor Jean Stothert said she spoke with Buffett on Monday, and he expressed a preference to wait until April 1 to decide on plans for the May 1-3 weekend, including the meeting on May 2.

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