In light of allegations of sexual misconduct, has returned to the public realm more than four years after receiving his eponymous PBS series and CBS This Morning.
On Thursday, Rose posted a sit-down interview with Warren Buffett, which was the first on his Charlie Rose Conversations site. In the conversation, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway reflects on his life and career.
Im proud to share this recent conversation with Warren Buffett, Rose, 80, said on his. It is his first camera interview in over a year, and the first I've done in over four years. It is a step in a journey to engage the most interesting people and explore the most compelling ideas in the world.
The Washington Post who worked for Rose between the late 1990s and 2011 was accused of sexual misconduct the next day, and ended their contracts with the media personality, who dated back to 1991; he appeared on CBS This Morning in January 2012.
At the time, Rose issued a statement, saying, in part, "I have behaved insensitively at times, and I accept responsibility for this, although I do not believe that all of these statements are accurate. I always felt that I was following positive thoughts, even if I now realize I was mistaken."