Warren Buffett Sings Sinatra to an Audience of 400 Powerful Women

The billionaire investor can now add 'Sinatra impersonator' to his list of credentials.

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Investor, billionaire… Sinatra impersonator?

Warren Buffett donned a classic fedora on Monday at Fortune's "Most Powerful Women Summit" to sing an ode to longtime Fortune writer and close friend, Carol Loomis. In a duet with singer-songwriter Paul Anka, Buffett sung Loomis's praises to the tune of 'My Way' in front of a crowd of 400 women.

"With style and wit, you took no shit, and did it your way," Buffett crooned.

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Check out the video below for more of Buffett singing about Loomis's glass-ceiling-shattering ways and his own terrible grammar.

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