Tim Cook attended Berkshire Hathaway's annual Omaha, Nebraska shareholder meeting this weekend. While in Omaha, Cook said he was "thrilled" to see Warren Buffett investing in AAPL while taking the opportunity to visit the local Apple store.
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In a short interview with Fox Business, Cook cried Warren Buffett as a great teacher from whom he learned a lot. He also said he is "thrilled" that Berkshire Hathaway is an Apple investor.
Fox Business : What have you learned from Warren Buffett?
Cook : Warren, for me, I Do the obvious wisdom: integrity, humility, right language, plain language. I don't think it's a better teacher.
Fox Business : Do you feel happy he invested in AAPL? It must be good.
Cook : I'm excited, I'm excited.
Only last week it was revealed that Berkshire Hathaway owns over $ 50 billion of the AAPL stock. In an interview with CNBC, Buffett said he was "pleased" with Apple's latest Q2 revenue report 2019:
"I was happy with what they reported," Buffett said, noticing he never makes investment decisions based on a quarterly report. "What they talked about and reported is consistent with the reason we own $ 50 billion, plus Apple."
In Berkshire's event this weekend, Buffett stated that he is happy that AAPL is the company's biggest business, but screamed that he is "injured" by the rising stock price because he would like to own even more.
At the same time, while in Omaha for the Berkshire Hathaway event, Cook visited Apple's outlet at Village Pointe on Friday. Local news reports suggest that Cook spent about 20 minutes in the store, mixed with managers, employees, and customers.
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