Billionaire investor Warren Buffett (l) and Moody's Corp. CEO Raymond McDaniel Jr. are giving testimony in New York to the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett (l) and Moody's Corp. CEO Raymond McDaniel Jr. are giving testimony in New York to the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. Kevin G. Hall / MCT
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett (l) and Moody's Corp. CEO Raymond McDaniel Jr. are giving testimony in New York to the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. Kevin G. Hall / MCT

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