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On todays show the guys dive into the latest earnings reports from the little-known but increasingly important Invensense, as well as SodaStream. Plus they take a look into the world of social media and how Twitter and Yelp fit into the picture.
We dip into the Fool Mailbag to answer your questions about American Express, Discover, and other financial stocks.
UPS and Tile Shop Holdings struggle with their quarterly earnings. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag.
Two mergers, two very different reactions on Wall Street. Zillow buys Trulia for $3.5 billion, but are they overpaying? On the other hand, Wall Street appears to love Dollar Tree buying fellow discount retailer Family Dollar for $8.5 billion. We...
Facebook and Under Armour rise on strong quarterly results. Plus, Motley Fool Funds analyst Tim Hanson discusses hedge fund manager Bill Ackmans bet against Herbalife.
We analyze the latest results from Apple, Pepsi and Comcast. And if you think were not going to talk about National Hot Dog Day, then its probably your first time listening to this podcast.
We analyze the latest earnings from Chipotle, McDonalds, Coca-Cola and Netflix.
Analyst Matt Koppenheffer discusses the launch of Motley Fool Germany, his upcoming visit to Markel and BBTs latest quarterly results.
Microsoft lays off 18% of its workforce, while Morgan Stanley and Mattel report earnings that look nothing like one another.
Yahoos 2nd-quarter profits drop on lower ad revenue. Google adds a high-profile executive to the board of directors. Plus we analyze Rupert Murdochs bid for Time Warner and a key downgrade in the retail industry.
JP Morgan Chase rises on strong 2nd-quarter profits. Plug Power shares get a jolt from new coverage. Plus Tom Jacobs shares why Johnson Johnson is a health care company in the mold of Warren Buffetts Berkshire-Hathaway.
Big Tobacco is getting bigger as Reynolds American and Lorillard finalize their plans to merge. Citigroup reports good 2nd-quarter results and pays $7 billion to settle with Uncle Sam. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and offer advice for anyone...
European markets fell across the board on concerns about Portugals largest publicly-traded bank. Motley Fool Funds analyst Tim Hanson shares why hes not surprised. Plus we discuss home improvement stocks in the wake of Lumber Liquidators lowering...
On today's show the guys take a look at Amazon's latest move in its battle against book publishers. Plus Alcoa reported yesterday, which means earnings season has unofficially begun.
The Walt Disney Company continues its strong run. Another U.S. drug company is aiming to relocate to Ireland. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag.
We preview earnings season and discuss why were focused on the oil industry and social media stocks. Plus we dig into which companies really need a hit, and why we cant wait to listen to the conference calls of Canadian National Railway, Whole Foods...
JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon is diagnosed with throat cancer. Though a full recovery is expected, it raises the question of Dimons eventual successor and the importance of all companies having a succession plan in place. Plus we discuss...
Market Foolery: 06.25.2014
The US Supreme Court hands broadcast and cable TV companies a big win. GDP sinks nearly 3%, but Wall Street shrugs it off. Plus Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker shares what he learned at an investing conference in Paris.
GM recalls 29 million vehicles so far in 2014, yet shares rise on June sales results. GoPro doubles less than a week after its IPO. And we analyze fads vs. trends as Nasdaq delists cupcake stock Crumbs Bake Shop.
We analyze the stock market at the halfway point of 2014, Facebooks latest privacy snafu, and why this week is so important to the U.S. beer industry.
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