David A. Grogan | CNBC
Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, will not be taking questions at the company’s annual shareholder’s meeting alongside Warren Buffett as the coronavirus pandemic forces changes to the widely anticipated event.
Instead, it will be Greg Abel, Berkshire’s vice chairman of non-insurance operations, taking previously submitted questions with Buffett. Abel was promoted to his post in 2018 and is thought to be a contender to succeed Buffett one day. At last year’s meeting, Abel answered some questions from shareholders in a rare occurrence.
Buffett and Abel will be the only ones physically