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Fortune Throws a Book Party

Last night Fortune threw a party to celebrate the release of Tap Dancing to Work, Warren Buffett on Practically Everything 1966 – 2012, which was written/edited by Carol Loomis (pictured right) Fortune’s senior editor-at-large. The shindig was held at the fancy Lambs Club.

Those in attendance included Loomis, Buffett, John HueyLloyd Blankfein, Jamie Dimon, Brian Roberts, Steve Burke, Becky Quick, Meredith Whitney, Lally Weymouth, Don Graham, Andrew Ross Sorkin and more.

We love how even Buffett had to wear a name tag, as if people didn’t recognize him. “I love this book, but who’s that old guy double-dipping the cocktail sauce? Weirdo.”

[Photo: Donald Bowers/Getty Images for Fortune]
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