MarketFoolery

Motley Fool analysts discuss the American Airlines bankruptcy and delve into a potential Facebook IPO.

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Our analysts discuss the business of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. 

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In preparation for Thanksgiving, we give thanks for some great business leaders, call out a couple of investing turkeys, and dip into the Fool mailbag.

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Pepsi considers splitting itself into two.  And Southwest Airlines gets back into the reality television business.

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Google introduces a rival to iTunes.  And Autodesk and Dell report stronger-than-expected earnings.

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Our analysts discuss two stocks that are undervalued, two stocks that are overvalued, and two financial stories that have been overlooked.

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Warren Buffett bets big on Big Blue and adds to his position in a big bank. Our analysts talk about the latest Buffett moves and share four stocks that could be on his shopping list.

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Greece gets a new Prime Minister.  Cisco gets a lift.   And Green Mountain gets roasted.

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The financial crisis in Italy escalates.  Shares of Blue Nile, GM, and Activision Blizzard tumble on earnings news.  And AOL, Microsoft, and Yahoo! team up against Google. 

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Athens-based Coca-Cola Hellenic reports weaker-than-expected earnings.   Priceline.com's third-quarter earnings more than double.  Barnes & Noble introduces a new Nook Tablet.  And Dippin' Dots deals with the cold, hard, cryogenically frozen reality of Chapter 11.

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It's time for another round of Yes, No, or Maybe So.  Our analysts explain why they’re bullish on Joy Global and Dendreon, why they’re bearish on SiriusXM and Research in Motion, and why they're conflicted about Ecolab and Krispy Kreme.

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European leaders give Greece an ultimatum. Whole Foods serves up earnings.  Chevy celebrates its centennial.  And Ford puts a price on its electric car.

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Germany reports its first increase in unemployment in 18 months.   Apple considers issuing a dividend.  And Dunkin' Brands and Open Table serve up quarterly earnings.

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What does the escalating crisis in Europe mean for investors?  Should Bank of America’s change of heart give consumers hope?   What does slowing subscriber growth mean for the future of Sirius XM?

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Is Yahoo! a trick or a treat?  Is GM a trick or a treat?  In today's special Halloween edition of MarketFoolery,  we tackle those questions and share some additional treats.

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European leaders beef up the bailout.  Exxon Mobil and Royal Dutch Shell report big profits on higher oil prices.  And Visa reports higher profits on increased credit and debit card activity.

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Shares of Amazon drop after the company reports a decline in quarterly profits.   Shares of Ford slide despite big quarterly sales.  And shares of Tupperware tumble despite strong sales in emerging markets.

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Shares of Netflix tumble after the company reports worse-than-expected subscriber loss.  Shares of Under Armour rise on better-than-expected earnings.  And 3M reports weaker-than-expected earnings and warns of weakening consumer demand.

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Caterpillar reports big earnings.  Google eyes Yahoo!.    And Mattel makes a big bet on Thomas the Tank Engine.

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Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer shares his thoughts on Google.  eBay and Nokia report earnings.  And markets respond to the events in Libya.

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Apple reports weaker-than-expected earnings.  Intel reports stronger-than-expected earnings.  Visa increases its dividend.  And KFC debuts the Cheesy Bacon Bowl.

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Coca-Cola reports strong international growth.  Goldman Sachs reports a rare loss.  And shares of IBM slip after the company reports weaker-than-expected sales.

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Our analysts discuss two stocks that are overrated, two stocks that are underrated, and two stocks that have been overlooked.

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Shares of JP Morgan tumble in the wake of earnings.  AOL considers a sale to Yahoo!  And rumors swirl around a potential Google acquisition of Akamai.

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Research in Motion fails to connect.  Pepsi resists a breakup.  Alcoa reports weaker-than-expected earnings.  And Liz Claiborne announces it's selling its namesake brand.

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Shares of IBM hit an all-time high.  General Mills deals with a sweet problem.  Ben & Jerry's voices support for Occupy Wall Street.  And China's sovereign-wealth fund bets big on China's four largest state banks.

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Apple breaks a record for iPhone sales.  And Netflix calls off the break-up.

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Our analysts reflect on the life and legacy of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

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Yum Brands continues to struggle in the U.S. and succeed overseas. Costco’s latest quarterly earnings comes with news of a 10% increase in membership fees. Friendly’s declares bankruptcy as the restaurant industry gets more competitive.

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Apple unveils the iPhone 4S.    Will Apple's newest phone connect with consumers?


What does the future hold for Greece?  Will Alibaba buy Yahoo?  And which companies might benefit from declaring that they're not going bankrupt?

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It's time for another round of Yes, No, or Maybe So.  Our analysts share two stocks they're bullish on, two stocks they're bearish on, and two stocks they're on the fence about.

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Amazon introduces its new Fire tablet.  Will it be a hot seller?  Is it a threat to Apple's iPad?   What does it mean for Amazon's bottom line?

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Groupon restates revenues.  Is Groupon's IPO in trouble? Our analysts tackle that question, discuss some recent IPOs, and weigh in on the business of Doritos.

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EU leaders try to avert financial disaster. Warren Buffett announces a historic buy.  And Amazon and Netflix go on a shopping spree.

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It's time for another round of Yes, No, or Maybe So.  Our analysts explain why they’re bullish on Yahoo! and Johnson & Johnson, why they’re bearish on Marine Harvest and Garmin, and why they're conflicted about Expeditors International of Washington and Fortuna Silver.

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Costco founder and longtime CEO Jim Sinegal steps down. We explore what the future holds for his replacement and which CEOs now rank as our favorites. Traffic to daily deal websites is declining, putting Groupon’s IPO in a tougher spot.

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The U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit to block the proposed $39 billion merger between AT&T and T-Mobile USA.  The Nook saves Barnes & Noble’s latest quarter.  And Finland names its price for bailing out Greece.

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Amazon’s tablet vs. Apple’s iPad. Bank of America’s latest billion-dollar deal. And the latest from Greece.

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs steps down and Tim Cook takes over.  And Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett bets big on Bank of America.

 

 

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Google settles with the Justice Department.  Adidas debuts a new shoe.  And the East Coast deals with the aftermath of the earthquake.

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Standard & Poor's announces a big change. Williams-Sonoma reports big earnings.  And a Warren Buffett investment reports big trouble.

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Oil prices fall as the situation in Libya evolves. Bloomberg uncovers $1.2 trillion in secret loans by the Fed.  And Burger King says goodbye to the King.

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Stock market sell-off due to speculation over Europe’s banks. Our analysts discuss implications for investors, offer some stocks for volatile times, and weigh in on the latest emails from listeners.

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Shares of Dell tumble after the company lowers earnings guidance.   The YouTube of China goes public.  And Abercrombie & Fitch makes an odd proposal to the cast of Jersey Shore.

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Germany reports weaker-than-expected GDP growth.  Wal-Mart reports an increase in profits but same-store sales in the U.S. continue to decline.   And Home Depot reports stronger-than-expected earnings and continues its winning streak over Lowe's. 

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Google announces plans to buy Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion.   Our analysts talk about the deal's winners and losers.

 

 

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The market rebounds.  Cisco reports better-than-expected earnings.  And European regulators consider a ban on short-selling.

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The stock maket slides.  Disney records its worst drop since 2001.  And two big bank CEOs attempt to reassure investors.

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Stocks recoup some of their losses.  The Federal Reserve announces it won't raise short-term interest rates until mid-2013.  And inflation in China hits a 3-year high.

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The stock market plunges following the S&P downgrade.  Our analysts discuss the implications for investors. 

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The stock market plunges. Kraft splits itself in two.  Adidas reports big earnings.  And biotech company Dedreon has a very bad day.

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Dunkin' Brands reports a decline in quarterly profits.  And Boston Beer serves up big profits but lowers full year guidance.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share one unappreciated stock on their radar.

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Consumer spending drops for the first time in almost two years.  The debt deal gets signed into law.  And museum workers in China get caught in a sticky cover-up.

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Congress debates a deal on the debt ceiling.   Our analysts talk about the implications for investors, discuss the likelihood of an S&P downgrade, and share three stocks to watch.

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Warren Buffett places a small bet on the future of the U.S. economy.   And Facebook makes a big connection with Skype.

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Microsoft makes a deal with Baidu.  Amazon parts company with its California associates. And Hulu courts potential suitors.

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Google introduces a rival to Facebook.  The Federal Reserve announces rules that will limit debit card swipe fees.  And Justin Timberlake bets on MySpace.

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Greece's parliament passes an austerity plan.  Bank of America makes a deal with mortgage bond investors.  Berkshire Hathaway hits a small bump in the road.  And FarmVille creator Zynga gets ready for a big IPO.

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Greece's parliament prepares to vote on new austerity measures.  Nike reports better-than-expected earnings.  And Disney's Cars 2 tops the weekend box office but fails to rev up critics.

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Why are our analysts bullish on Target and Chevron? Why are our analysts bearish on Lorillard and Eli Lilly? And why are they conflicted on Best Buy and an "electric thing" rental company? 

 


 

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Oil stocks tumble. Citigroup and Google double down on wind power.  And the Winklevoss twins drop their lawsuit against Facebook.

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Online video service Hulu entertains a buy-out offer. Fedex reports big earnings.  And Amazon.com deals with a taxing problem. 

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Nokia launches a new phone.  Is it dead on arrival?  Yahoo! works on resolving its conflict with Alibaba, China's largest e-commerce site.  What will the deal mean for shareholders?  And Groupon enlists a blog-writing cat to speak up during the company's quiet period.  Will the joke be on Groupon investors?

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Shares of Berkshire Hathaway recently hit a 52-week low.  Should investors take stock in Warren Buffett's business or has the Oracle of Omaha lost the Midas touch?

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Why are our analysts bullish on Microsoft and Panera?  Why are they bearish on Bank of America and Sony?  And why are they conflicted on Gap and Nokia? 

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Pandora has a big debut on Wall Street.  JC Penney hires a big-name CEO.  And a Maryland biotech company publishes a very unusual annual report.

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Best Buy reports better-than-expected earnings. Facebook eyes a big IPO. And the CEO of Miracle-Gro eyes the high-end market.

 

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Shares of Timberland spike after VF Corp. agrees to buy the footwear company.  Wendy's/Arby's Group agrees to sell most of its Arby's chain to private investors.  And Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban celebrates his first NBA championship.

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Is China's growth grinding to a halt? What's the big question for China? Should investors bet on China?

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JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon questions the Fed Chief.  OPEC has trouble deciding. McDonald's disappoints.  And ExxonMobil and Apple make big plans. 

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Now that Apple has unveiled the iCloud, will it be yet another game-changer for Steve Jobs & Co?  The Wall Street Journal reported today that famed bond investor Bill Gross lost $3.4 billion in the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy.  What should investors make of the Gross loss? And a Prudential survey found that 3 out of 4 investors say they plan to avoid the stock market for at least the next year.  Is this good news for investors who do want to be in the market? 

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Germany approves a plan to phase out nuclear power in favor of wind power and other renewable energy.  What is the future of nuclear power?  Should investors bet on the wind? Which energy stocks are worth a closer look? Our analysts discuss those questions and discuss the value of lunch with Warren Buffett.

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The Dow gets off to a rough start in June.   For-profit education stocks score some big gains. And three Ivy League professors devise a bubble-detecting model.

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Gambling revenue in Macau hits a record high.  Marathon Oil makes a big deal for big oil and gas reserves.  And Yahoo! works on resolving its dispute with Alipay. 

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Nokia cuts its forecast and shares tumble. Will Microsoft Windows Phone 7 help Nokia reconnect with investors? Intel announces plans to develop a super lightweight laptop with tablet features.  Will Intel's Ultrabook pose a serious threat to Apple's iPad?

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Hedge fund manager David Einhorn calls for Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer to step down.  Tiffany reports strong earnings.  And the SEC approves a plan that could make whistleblowing a lot more lucrative.

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Barnes & Noble introduces a new rival to Amazon's Kindle.  Costco reports strong earnings.  And a BBC documentary uncovers Apple's religious appeal.

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Russian search engine Yandex surges on its first day of trading.  The U.S. Treasury prepares to unload its stake in A.I.G.  And Ford develops a seat that can monitor a driver's heart and provide an early warning of a heart attack.

 

 

 

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Standard & Poors downgrades its outlook for Italy's debt.  Krispy Kreme reports its biggest quarterly profit in seven years.  And Toyota introduces a new friend.

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Dell reports big profits.  General Mills buys a bunch of yogurt.  And McDonald's deals with calls for Ronald McDonald to retire.

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Wal-Mart reports strong international growth and an improvement in U.S. sales.  Hewlett-Packard lowers earnings guidance and tries to plug some leaks.  And business networking site LinkedIn increases the price range for its intial public offering.

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The United States government hits its debt ceiling. What does it mean for investors? J.C. Penney reports better-than-expected earnings. Why isn't Wall Street buying the news?  And Disney attempts to trademark "Seal Team 6".  How nervous should GI Joe be?

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Google unveils a cloud-based laptop.  Will Google's Chromebook test Microsoft's mettle?  Shares of Cisco slip after the company lowers earnings guidance and announces plans to cut more jobs.  What can the networking giant do to reconnect with investors?

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Disney reports weaker-than-expected earnings because of a Martian movie flop.  Hermes reports a sharp increase in luxury goods sales.  And shares of Yahoo! decline over concerns about its business in China. 

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Microsoft agrees to buy Skype for $8.5 billion dollars.  Is picking up the telephony company a good deal for Microsoft? Hertz and Avis engage in a bidding war in the battle for Dollar Thrifty.  Should investors take stock in the rental car industry? Our analysts discuss those stories and talk about the latest chapter in Greece's financial woes.

 

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Shares of AIG fall to their lowest level in more than eight months.  Was the federal government's investment in the insurance company really worth the risk? And social networking site LinkedIn gets ready for its public market debut.  Will its IPO conect with investors?

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The social networking site Renren makes its debut on the public markets.  How does the "Facebook of China" compare to the Facebook of the United States? Green Mountain Coffee Roasters serves up big earnings. Will the coffee company continue to grind out big returns?

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Pfizer reports an increase in quarterly profits but shares fall.  Bridgepoint Education reports better-than-expected earnings on strong enrollment numbers.  And the CEO of Dish Networks says that Netflix probably has an "insurmountable lead" in streaming video.

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What kind of long-term effect will Osama bin Laden’s death have on markets around the world?  Our analysts discuss that question and tackle some Berkshire Hathaway-sized questions in the wake of the company's annual meeting.  What industry would Warren Buffett invest in for the next 50 years? How does Buffett really feel about gold? And who will succeed Warren Buffett?

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ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell report big earnings.  What other stocks will benefit from higher oil prices? Facebook and Baidu are reportedly teaming up in China.  How complicated will their relationship be?  And Procter & Gamble deals with higher commodity prices.  Should investors take stock in the consumer products giant?  Our analysts discuss those stories and offer up some marriage advice for Prince William and Kate Middleton.

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Category:podcast -- posted at: 4:12pm EST

Amazon reports a decline in first-quarter profits but shares jump on strong revenue growth and better-than-expected guidance.  Is Amazon overvalued? What would an "Amazon tax" on internet commerce mean for the company's bottom line? What's Amazon's biggest opportunity?  What's its biggest challenge? Our analysts tackle those questions, delve into some big news from Nokia, and offer up three big questions for Warren Buffett.

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Netflix reports better-than-expected earnings and strong subscriber growth.  So why is one of our analysts seeing red?  Coca-Cola reports weaker-than-expected earnings.  Should Coke borrow a page from Pepsi and grab a snack?  And Ford reports its strongest first-quarter earnings since 1998.  Should investors take Ford out for a ride or is GM the better investment?

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Apple and Google deal with concerns over customer privacy. A Federal investigation uncovers evidence that a Boeing oversight could be responsible for the Southwest Airlines fuselage rupture.  And Party City files for an IPO. 

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Apple sells 18.65 million iPhones for the quarter, reports a 95% increase in profits, and crushes earnings estimates.  Will Apple continue its dominance?  Is the stock undervalued? What's the biggest threat to Apple? What's the biggest opportunity for Apple?

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Intel gets some respect on Wall Street after posting better-than-expected earnings.  And Heineken serves up its own big earnings.  Our analysts discuss those stories and debate the future of BP.

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Johnson & Johnson reports better-than-expected earnings. Wal-Mart makes a big acquisition.  And McDonald's defends the Happy Meal.

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Standard & Poor's cuts its outlook on U.S. sovereign debt.  Our analysts talk about what it means for investors and debate the commercial success of Men's Wearhouse.

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Short-term car-rental company Zip Car and McDonald's South American franchisee Arcos Dorados make their Wall Street debuts. Which IPO holds more promise for investors? And Hasbro reports a sharp decline in first-quarter profits. What's behind the trouble in toyland?

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Category:podcast -- posted at: 3:30pm EST

Shares of Alcoa slide after the aluminum producer kicks off earnings season with weaker-than-expected sales.  Is Alcoa a preview of coming attractions?  The NYSE cranks up its party business.   Is the party over for NYSE's traditional stock exchange? And Parents Magazine names its top family-friendly restaurants.  Do family-friendly restaurants make for market-beating stocks?

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