Warren Buffet the American business magnate and investor has proposed to make an investment in Uber Inc. However, earlier this year the talks have failed due to following disagreements over the terms of the deal.

Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. has planned to offer a convertible loan to Uber in order to have secured the investment should the Silicon Valley ride-hailing company brunch into a financial crisis said a report.

The Chief Executive Officer of Uber Dara Khosrowshahi tendered to reducing the enormity of the deal of $2 billion offering Buffet a minor share of the company. The deal drove down to post the two slides which could not agree on terms, reported Bloomberg.

As a report by Buffet that “some of the reported details are not correct”. However, he confirmed that Berkshire entered a conversation with Uber.

Khosrowshahi added in an interview with CNBC that UBER Inc. entered into a conversation with Buffet that he did not consider reporting as a precise act.

He said it was “always possible” when asked whether the conversation could be continued once again. An Uber spokesman declined to the comment issued by Buffet.

Berkshire said that the $1.4 billion investment in equities while the first quarter was transferred to Apple. It also added that it owned 239.6 million shared which were valued over $40 billion.

It said that Buffet may look upon Apple and Uber as minor technology companies than strong brands with dedicated clients. Berkshire holds over 90 operating units that include the BNSF railroad, Dairy Queen, GEICO Insurance and Fruit of the Queen underwear.

The buffet usually makes larger stock investments, however, he has transferred the control of responsibility to his investment deputies Ted Weschler and Todd Combs. The value of Uber was $72 billion in February.

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