Warren Buffett Is Looking To Acquire A $20 Billion Company

Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder’s meeting is underway in Omaha, and Business Insider has been tracking all the festivities.

Arguably the biggest bombshell to come out of the Q&A session so far is the fact that Buffett considered acquiring a $22 billion company one or two months ago, but it didn’t work out in the end.

But, he’s still looking according to CNBC’s Alex Crippen. Buffett said he’s definitely up for a good deal worth $20 billion. If he doesn’t find one next year, then he might move up the price to $30 billion.

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