Not that long ago, I was watching the Missouri Tigers play against another team with the exact same mascot, the Auburn Tigers. Unfortunately, my Missouri team lost, but I’d like to talk about something curious that happened during the halftime show: two college students competed against each other for a free college tuition. It was a competition involving throwing footballs through a giant cube-shaped Dr. Pepper box, and the winner of the contest received a free college tuition (or maybe it was just one year of free tuition, I don’t remember) that was paid for Dr. Pepper.
Now, as a Dr. Pepper shareholder, this did not bother me. In fact, I liked it—I … Read the rest of this article! “Warren Buffett’s Charity Philosophy at Berkshire Hathaway”