Via Forbes: The (est.) 84-Billion Dollar Man, Warren Buffett announced to his Berkshire Hathaway staff they'll have to beat some incredible odds and choose their brackets wisely during this year's NCAA Men's Basketball Tourney. During an interview with CNBC last week he stated: “The company is going to award the prize for whoever goes the furthest,” said Buffett. “And if you get through the Sweet 16, you get $1 million a year for life. Which, if Creighton or Nebraska won, would be $2 million a year for life.” All employees are eligible, and one employee will win $100,000 even if no one picks a bracket with a perfect Sweet 16. Hoops fans may recall the gauntlet Warren and Quicken Loans threw down in 2014 when $1-Billion was on the line to anyone who had a Perfect Bracket.
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