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Lumber Liquidators suddenly needs a new CEO. What does turnaround look like for the troubled retailer? Will falling rooftop solar prices hurt SolarCity’s business? We analyze those stories, dip into the Fool Mailbag, and discuss the relative value of...
Rulebreakers: David Letterman & Orson Welles
Chris Hill reflects on the longevity of David Letterman’s career, as well as his role in changing the landscape of late-night TV forever. Plus, in the wake of Orson Welles’ 100thbirthday, Chris draws a parallel between Welles’ struggle to make...
On today’s show the gang talks about Baidu’s bright future, Urban Outfitter’s next move, Etsy’s first quarter as a publicly traded company, and what the next Oreo flavor should be called.
The Retail Wars are Escalating
Ascena Retail buys Ann Taylor for $2.1 billion. Wal-Mart takes a page from Amazon’s playbook. And Google ramps up its e-commerce game.
When Rising Auto Sales = Bad News
Motley Fool Funds portfolio manager Bill Mann explains why rising auto sales in Greece could spell trouble. Plus, he analyzes the latest news from emerging markets and Shake Shack’s surprising quarterly profit.
3 Stocks to Hold Forever
American Express returns some money to shareholders. Zillow delivers Q1 results. And Vertex Pharmaceuticals gets a sign of encouragement from the FDA. Plus we share 3 stocks we’d be willing to hold forever.
You’ve Got AOL!
Why is Verizon buying AOL for $4.4 billion in cash? Which state’s governor just gave the green light to Tesla Motors? And when does a growth stock’s valuation become so high it causes nosebleeds?
This Is Kind Of A Big (Energy) Deal
Wayfair.com is growing, but Wall Street seems unimpressed. Noble Energy buys Rosetta Resources for $3.7 billion, but only one stock rises on the news. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss REIT investing and how quickly driverless semi-trucks...
The UK Election & What It Means For Investors
What does the UK election mean for investors? Mark Rogers joins us from London to lend his perspective. With the Footsie at an all-time high we discuss what the UK investing landscape looks like and which companies investors should put on their watch...
Germany: Much More Than Financials
Matt Koppenheffer returns from Berlin and to discuss the innovation driving the technology industry in Germany. He also analyzes what separates German banks from U.S. banks, why Warren Buffett is focused on buying a company in Germany in the next 5...
Australia: What Investors Need To Know
The Reserve Bank of Australia just cut interest rates to a record low as the market hits record highs. Where are the opportunities for investors? Motley Fool Australia’s Scott Phillips and Andrew Page analyze the investing landscape Down Under, and...
The Video Revolution Has Officially Begun
The Mayweather/Pacquiao fight wasn’t nearly as interesting as the fight between cable TV behemoths and people using Periscope to live-stream the event. Plus, longtime CEO John Chambers steps down from Cisco Systems and McDonald’s unveils its...
A Cry For Yelp
Baidu’s lofty valuation gets less lofty after its latest quarter. Yelp gets a terrible review from Wall Street, but is there reason for optimism? And Boston Beer falls after nearly doubling 1st-quarter profits. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag. To...
Preview: Berkshire-Hathaway Annual Mtg.
Panera Bread stumbles, Twitter drops, and Lumber Liquidators appears to be in freefall. We analyze the latest earnings reports, plus give a preview of the upcoming Berkshire-Hathaway annual meeting. To get a free copy of our e-book on Warren Buffett,...
Apple’s China > Coach’s China
Apple puts up huge numbers, thanks in part to revenue in China growing 71%. On the flip side, Coach’s growth in China continues to slow down. We analyze those earnings reports, plus the latest from specialty retailer The Container Store.
Reverse Splits & 1 Thing To Watch with Apple’s Earnings
It’s Mailbag Monday! We dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss reverse stock splits, stocks for kids, and what everyone can learn from a losing stock. Plus, in advance of Apple’s latest earnings report we share one thing to keep an eye on. (Hint: It’s...
The Chief Officer of Messing With Other Companies
Facebook’s user base rises, but so does its spending. eBay’s stock rises as Wall Street waits for the PayPal spin-off. And Google launches a wireless service just because it can. Plus, listeners weigh in with corporate logo tattoos.
McDonald’s Just Got Interesting
Yahoo’s stock dips after missing on 1st-quarter results. Chipotle misses on same-store sales and shares take a hit. And McDonald’s stock rises on optimism that new CEO Steve Easterbrook can lead the Golden Arches back to the glory days.
Earnings season starts to heat up, as Under Armour falls on less-than-perfect results. Verizon adds over a half-million new subscribers. And Harley-Davidson suffers its worst one-day drop in more than two years. We analyze the results and discuss...
Stocks for the Next 26.2 Years
Halliburton rises on strong international results. Hasbro hits an all-time high on the strength of its boys division. And we celebrate Patriots’ Day with our favorite Massachusetts-based companies. Plus, instead of actually running the Boston...
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