Friday morning's Omaha World-Herald is chock full of Berkshire Hathaway coverage

We’re in Omaha for the 50th edition of the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting.

When we woke up this morning, we weren’t greeted with the USA Today that many travellers find in their hotel room, but a copy of the Omaha World-Herald.

And it is packed with Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway coverage.

Let’s see what’s inside.

Here's the special edition front page of the Omaha World-Herald, brought to you by Nebraska Crossing Outlets

Here's the normal front of the paper, with Berkshire coverage right at the top.

In the 'Money' section, we've got a feature on how expensive renting in Omaha is this weekend.

But if you're looking to buy, the house across from Warren Buffett is on the market...for 10 A Shares of Berkshire Hathaway. (A single A Share is trading at around $215,000.)

There are two full pages of stuff to do if you're in town for the meeting.

We had steak last night, but this is a reminder that there is plenty of other good food to eat in Omaha.

In the back of the paper, there is an interview with Fox Business News' Liz Claman, who likes to listen to Guns N Roses before interviewing Buffett.

A welcome to Omaha from CBS Home.

And a congrats to Warren from NetJets, which is like Uber for private planes and is one of Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio companies.

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