"The Boring Company will be using dirt from tunnel digging to create bricks for low cost housing", Musk tweeted Monday.
With Berkshire's 2018 annual meeting in the books, users can revisit the highlights in CNBC's Warren Buffett Archive, which houses searchable video from 25 full annual meetings, going back to 1994, synchronized to 2600 pages of transcripts. "They're like nice in a sort of quaint, vestigial way". What matters is the pace of innovation. "I don't think he'd want to take us on in candy", he said. Some of Berkshire Hathaway's other businesses also have moats wide enough to stave off competition from an innovative tech upstart, such as Garanimals, a line of children's clothing it owns, Buffett added.
The renowned investor had been responding to a shareholder's question about whether he agreed with Musk's views about economic "moats", which is a term Buffet himself coined in 1999, reported Fortune magazine.
These are some big words, right? It might take some years to build an actual flying suit but till then he can prance around as 21st century's Willy Wonka.
Elon Musk took to Twitter to criticize Warren Buffett's investment philosophy, and threatened on May 5 to compete directly with one of the Berkshire Hathaway chairman's most famous businesses, See's sweets.
Elon Musk, the multi-billionaire and one of the richest men alive on this planet, is now planning to sell sweets.
Both Buffett and Munger loathe cryptocurrencies, which the Berkshire CEO on Saturday predicted "will come to bad endings".
After all, in 2016, Musk started up the neurotechnology company Neuralink, which will allegedly be building computer-brain interfaces where special implants are surgically placed inside the brains of humans, thereby allowing humans to "achieve symbiosis with machines".
In another tweet, Musk recently made a new, "sweeter" announcement.