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GDP & Keurig Gets Burned12/24/14
3rd-quarter GDP grows 5%. Keurig Green Mountain recalls 7 million machines due to reports of burn-related injuries. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and discuss the state of hedge funds.
Year in Review - Energy
We look back on the year in the energy industry, including the top energy stocks of 2014, a CEO of note, and a potential IPO for 2015.
Rite Aid soars. America runs away from Dunkin Brands. And Oracle closes in on an all-time high. Plus we discuss investing opportunities in Cuba.
Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker breaks down the latest earnings reports from FedEx, Darden Restaurants and General Mills. Plus we discuss the relative importance of analyst upgrades downgrades.
Motley Fool Funds analysts Tim Hanson and Nate Weisshaar analyze Russias rising interest rate and falling ruble. Plus, they share insights (and travel tips) from their recent trips to South Korea and Brazil.
PetSmart goes private in the biggest LBO of 2014. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss the price of oil and energy stocks to put on your watchlist.
Lululemon athletica rises on surprising Q3 results. LendingClub soars on its first day of trading. Staples and Office Depot rise on talks of a potential merger. Plus we analyze which office supplies are overrated and underrated.
Costco hits an all-time high after strong Q1 results. Krispy Kremes 2014 continues to be less awesome that Krispy Kremes 2013. And Yum Brands continues to struggle in China.
Shares of Abercrombie Fitch rise on news that CEO Mike Jeffries is stepping down. AutoZone hits a new all-time high after another strong quarter. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag.
McDonalds reports historically bad sales numbers. Merck buys Cubist Pharmaceuticals for $9.5 billion. And we dip into the Fool Mailbag to explore the future of fracking.
Motley Fool Funds analyst Tim Hanson shares his thoughts on gas prices, the strength of the U.S. dollar, global currencies and more. Plus, he shares two international stocks for investors to put on their watchlists. For more information on the Motley...
Abercrombie Fitch rises after beating incredibly low expectations. Ascena Retail Group falls. Burger King brings back the Yumbo after a 40-year hiatus. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and shares two international stocks on our radar.
In the wake of competing analyst reports, where is Apple right now? Plus, we dip into the Fool Mailbag and talk with Matt Argersinger about the upcoming Motley Fool Supernova event in Boston. For more information on the Supernova service go to...
Oil prices hit a 4-year low. Black Friday sales disappoint. Plus we celebrate Cyber Monday with 2 stocks that are on sale.
Tiffany hits an all-time high. Campbell's Soup rises on surprising profits. Plus we discussthe importance of Black Friday and first-hand experience with Jack-In-The-Box's late night menu.
Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker returns from Dubai to discuss the local investing scene, China lowering interest rates, Europes monetary policy, and (of course) coffee.
James Early returns from his trip to discuss Chinas economy, investing in A shares, and why visitors should explore the country off the beaten path.
Lowes hits an all-time high. Target rises on a surprising quarterly profit. Plus we discuss the late-night menu driving Jack-In-The-Boxs strong sales and dip into the Fool Mailbag.
On todays show the guys break down earnings reports from TJX Companies and Home Depot. Plus they take a look at the deal between Allergan and Actavis, and what it all means for the future of Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
Halliburton buys Baker Hughes, but will Uncle Sam give the deal the green light? Facebook aims to take out LinkedIn with its new Facebook at Work service. Plus we discuss the worlds dwindling chocolate supply and search for a better name for Internet...
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