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Wells Fargo CEO Concerned About Warren Buffett's Sodium Intake

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Stumpf, responding to a question about Buffett at the National Press Club in Washington today, said the world’s third-richest person dined on a T-bone steak cooked medium rare, a side of chicken parmigiana, mashed potatoes and a Cherry Coke. Buffett, 84, runs Berkshire Hathaway Inc., the largest shareholder in San Francisco-based Wells Fargo. “Warren eats a full meal, let me tell you,” said Stumpf, 61. “When the food comes, Warren grabs a salt shaker in his left hand and one in his right hand, and it’s a snowstorm. And I know a snowstorm when I see one because I’m from Minnesota.” Stumpf said he suggested Buffett, whose preference for hamburgers over vegetables is part of his folksy persona, should cut back on the sodium and get a checkup with his doctor. [Bloomberg]


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