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Warren Buffett Charity Lunch Sells For $2.68 Million On Ebay

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An anonymous fan of Warren Buffett agreed to pay almost three million dollars at an online charity auction, to have lunch with the billionaire chairman of Berkshire Hathaway. The winning bid came in the closing seconds of the five-day eBay auction, which drew 41 bids before ending on Friday night. The money will go to Glide, a San Francisco charity that provides food, health care and other services to the homeless, the impoverished, and people struggling with substance abuse. Buffett has held 18 annual auctions for Glide, raising about 26.3 million dollars total.

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