ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., November 28, 2007---Ever wanted to travel with the third richest man in the world? Join CNBC'sBecky Quickas she goes to China and South Korea with billionaire investor Warren Buffett.
In a one-hour CNBC special, "
Quick, co-anchor of "Squawk Box" (6AM-9AM ET), gives an exclusive look at Warren Buffett's life, inside his private plane, his social network and even a tour of his...wallet.
On one of Buffet's rare trips from his home in Omaha, Nebraska, he discusses how his company, Berkshire Hathaway, is expanding internationally and what the billionaire investor has learned from being in the Far East.
Also featured on the program is Buffet's close friend: American League MVP and baseball star Alex Rodriguez. "A-rod" shares his thoughts on the friendship and tells Quick, "I've always looked up to Warren. He's just a fascinating personality, in my mind, the smartest man in the world. And in the baseball world, he's like the Babe Ruth of baseball. To me what's been most impressive about Warren is how humble he is and how's he's been able to keep his Omaha way about him."
For more information about the program go to: buffettwatch.cnbc.com.
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