LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- What could more interesting to a finance major than studying the investment principles of multi-billionaire Warren Buffett, one the world's wealthiest and wildly successful businessmen?
Hearing directly from the man himself, of course.
UALR finance majors, Jessica James, David Snowden, and James Rutherford, will do exactly that when they travel to the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting of Shareholders meeting in Omaha, Neb., on May 4.
Buffett, 82, is the company's long-standing chairman and chief executive officer.
James, Snowden, and Rutherford will attend the Young Presidents' Organization panel discussion and reception while in Omaha.
They will also enjoy a Sunday shareholder-only shopping day at Borsheims Jewelry Co., featuring brunch, billionaires playing bridge, and jewelry sold by none other than Buffett.