Billionaire WARREN BUFFETT has become the subject of a new tell-all book - after his son penned his own memoir about growing up under the roof of the world's richest man.
Peter Buffett's memoir, titled Life Is What You Make It, reveals his personal experiences of "growing up Buffett" as one of the tycoon's three children.
Buffett's worth was an estimated $62.3 billion (GBP39.9billion) in 2008, according to Forbes magazine.
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