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Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigns after violating company policy. Despite Intel’s stock more than doubling in his 5 years as CEO, Jason Moser discusses whether the company can find a new CEO to do for Intel what Satya Nadella has done for Microsoft. Jason analyzes the Supreme Courts decision regarding online retailers and state taxes, as well as Kroger’s surprisingly strong 1st-quarter results.  Plus, for the official start of summer Jason offers grilling tips!

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Tesla shares fall after 1st-quarter results and Elon Musk’s questionable performance on the conference call with analysts.  Spotify’s 1st-ever quarterly report wasn’t as bad as some feared, while Fitbit drops on less-than-inspiring guidance.  David Kretzmann analyzes all of those stories as we gear up for Berkshire-Hathaway’s annual meeting this weekend.  Thanks to Blooom for supporting MarketFoolery. 

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Twitter surprises Wall Street with a 1st-quarter profit. Comcast’s 1st-quarter earnings take a back seat to its $31 billion bid for Sky. Abi Malin analyzes those stories and shares her thoughts on Costco’s latest dividend hike.

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On Tuesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before Congress. Shares of Facebook recorded their best day in two years. On Wednesday, Zuckerberg continued his testimony. Motley Fool analysts Matt Argersinger and David Kretzmann weigh in on what it means for investors and discuss the implications for other big tech stocks.

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How has the center of government turned into a growing center of business and entrepreneurship?  We stop by the WeDC House to talk with Keith Sellars, President & CEO of the Washington DC Economic Partnership, about the rising tech scene in the DC area. Plus, we talk about Amazon’s search for a 2nd headquarters and share a little something from Flasher.

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Target’s digital sales are on the rise, but not enough for Wall Street’s liking. Motley Fool Asset Management’s Bill Barker analyzes the retail landscape and the Nordstrom family’s latest attempt to take the company private.  Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and discuss the Fox Network’s aggressive goals for advertising reduction. (Tangents include our upcoming listener meet-up in Austin, real-life courtrooms vs. TV courtrooms, and more.)

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Investing lessons show up in the darnedest places. Chris Hill wraps up 2017 with some thoughts on what he learned running (for the 2nd time) the Marine Corps Marathon and ending up (for the 2nd time!) flat on his back in the medical tent.

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Scott Phillips from Motley Fool Australia in the house! We discuss Blue Apron’s latest tumble, Amazon’s move to Australia, and investing Down Under.  Plus, we talk about the Australian version of “Motley Fool Money” that Scott co-hosts with Andrew Page.

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3D Systems hits a 6-year low. Envision Healthcare shares fall 30%. And Papa John’s cuts guidance and blames the NFL. Motley Fool Asset Management’s Bill Barker analyzes all this and more in this tangent-scented episode. (Tangents include New Haven-style pizza, schadenfreude, the RV Hall of Fame, and our respective Halloween nights.)

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Nike’s 1st-quarter profits fall 24%.  Bill Barker from Motley Fool Asset Management analyzes Nike’s challenges and the relative attractiveness of a stock close to a 2-year low.  Plus, we discuss Macy’s attempt to increase appeal among its biggest customers.  (Tangents include the existence of NHL fans, celebrity chefs, and details about our upcoming bonus episode.)

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Sears pops after striking a deal to sell Kenmore-branded appliances on Amazon.com.  Bill Barker from Motley Fool Funds analyzes the deal and explains how news involving Amazon relates to the classic Tom Hanks film “Big.”  Plus, we dig into the latest results from T-Mobile, United Rentals and Polaris Industries.  (Tangents include the moon landing, going over your mobile data plan, college rivalries and the wrong place to get a lobster roll.)

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Abercrombie & Fitch walks away from buyout discussions, causing shares to hit a 17-year low.  Jason Moser analyzes the retail landscape, Costco’s valuation, and ClubCorp’s 30% pop.  Plus, we’re hiring for Fool Japan and heading to Hong Kong for an event with CEO Tom Gardner!

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Camping World Holdings, Signet Jewelers and Party City deliver 4th-quarter reports.  Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker digs into the results, as well as the overwhelming reaction from listeners to our discussion of Wawa and Casey’s General Stores.  Plus, we share details on our SXSW schedule and our listener meet-up in Austin.

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Best Buy’s 3rd-quarter profits stunned Wall Street (in a good way).  Analyst Ron Gross shares why Best Buy is poised for a strong holiday quarter.  We discuss the sudden rise in dry ship stocks, how to rebuild a portfolio and Ron’s Thanksgiving Day cooking tips.  Plus, we share the first details on our upcoming live taping in New York City.

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Ratings for the Summer Olympics were lower than anticipated, forcing NBC (owned by Comcast) to provide make-goods to advertisers. Since Comcast has paid more than $10 billion for every Olympics through 2032, how optimistic should shareholders be?  Plus, we dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss the Fed's impact on the market and provide a few stock ideas as a birthday present.

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Dick’s Sporting Goods spikes as Sports Authority closes its doors, but the direct-to-consumer battle is just heating up. Bayer makes a $62 billion bid for Monsanto, but will Uncle Sam approve the deal? Plus, we share a few takeaways from Fool Fest 2016.

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When Donald Trump ran a public company in the 1990s, The Motley Fool shorted the stock.  In this bonus episode, David Gardner and Jeff Fischer share details of why they shorted Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts, their invitation to New York City, and what it was like sitting down face-to-face with The Donald.

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Wal-Mart rises on good results and an upbeat forecast. Home Depot’s sales continue to rise. Urban Outfitters decides the path to growth is paved with pizza restaurants. Bill Mann and Bill Barker from Motley Fool Funds analyze those stories and discuss the health benefits of coffee.

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Greece prepares for a referendum as the debt crisis continues. China’s auditor uncovers corruption at some of the country’s biggest state-owned companies.  Motley Fool Funds portfolio manager Bill Mann analyzes those topics, plus a hot IPO in the UK and a $72 billion-dollar problem in Puerto Rico.

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Costco hits an all-time high after strong Q1 results. Krispy Kreme’s 2014 continues to be less awesome that Krispy Kreme’s 2013.  And Yum Brands continues to struggle in China.

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Media Stocks

August 6, 2014

Uncle Joe Magyer breaks down Disney’s latest quarter, the aftermath of the FOX-Time Warner non-merger, and what investors should be watching in Australia.

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When a company has legal problems, what does it mean for investors?  What does Yelp’s case before the Virginia State Supreme Court mean for Google and TripAdvisor?  And what does Adam Carolla’s legal battle mean for the future of the MarketFoolery podcast?  We tackle those questions and the exciting world of space law with Assistant General Counsel Chris Harris.

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Facebook, Visa, Under Armour & Carbo Ceramics report, and we’ve got analysis on each one.  Plus we dip into the Fool mailbag and make Super Bowl predictions.

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Tesla Motors, Zillow and Middleby all report earnings.  Plus we analyze Abercrombie & Fitch as it stumbles into the holiday quarter.

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Berkshire-Hathaway’s 2nd-quarter profits rose 46%, but it’s the next target for his famed “elephant gun” that interests us. Plus we analyze the smackdown between CBS and Time Warner Cable, the latest newspaper fire sale, and The Motley Fool’s shout-out from The Wall Street Journal.

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Our analysts discuss two undervalued stocks and two overvalued stocks.  

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Citigroup clears a low bar.   And Softbank finalizes its deal with Sprint Nextel.   Our analysts discuss those stories and debate the merits of investing in restaurant stocks.

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Apple unveils the new iPhone.  Facebook shares get a boost from the company's CEO.

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Nokia’s new smartphone didn’t impress Wall Street while FedEx warns of a global slowdown.  We dip into the Fool mailbag and analyze Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s attempt to reassure shareholders.  Plus, a potential IPO from Canada leads to a debate over the relative merits of Celine Dion and Justin Bieber.

 

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Microsoft takes a $6.2 billion charge. Plus we answer listener emails about mobile phones and investing in the beverage industry.

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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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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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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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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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