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Anders Bylund

Anders Bylund


Anders Bylund is a Foolish Technology and Entertainment Specialist. Where the two markets intersect, you'll find his wheelhouse. He has been an official Fool since 2006 but a jester all his life.

Hypoallergenic. Contains six flavors not found in nature. Believes in coyotes and time as an abstract.

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It's Official: The Tokyo Olympics Are Moving to the Summer of 2021

Coronavirus concerns forced the International Olympic Committee to move the world's largest sporting event by a full year.

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3 Unknown but Amazing Dividend Stocks

These companies quietly work behind the scenes of your everyday life, generating torrential cash flows along the way and returning a lot of that cash to investors through dividend checks.

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Sony and GameStop Agree: The PS5 Launch Is Still On Track for the Holidays

The ninth generation of major video game consoles is expected to breathe new life into some struggling companies in the industry.

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Why Restaurant Stocks Crashed on Friday

The coronavirus stimulus bill might be delayed, and one major restaurant brand is already furloughing most of its workers.

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These 3 Value Stocks Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now

The coronavirus pandemic is making no-brainer buys out of some incredibly solid tech companies.

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Micron Technology Is Doing Just Fine Despite Growing Coronavirus Concerns

The memory-chip giant beat Wall Street's second-quarter targets and followed up with strong third-quarter guidance. The computer memory market is still alive and kicking.

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AMC Theaters Furloughs HQ Staff and Executives, Including CEO Adam Aron

Nearly 99% of the leading movie exhibitor's workers are now on unpaid leave or receiving greatly reduced compensation.

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Why Darden Restaurants Stock Jumped As Much As 25.6% Today

A bullish analyst report reminded investors that Darden's strong cash reserves could come in handy during this coronavirus situation.

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3 Warren Buffett Stocks Worth Buying Now

The Oracle of Omaha built up large holdings in these top-notch companies for a reason. Now you can do the same at bargain-bin share prices.

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High-Profile Investor Bill Ackman Liquidates Coronavirus Hedges, Invests $2 Billion-Plus in Bargain Stocks

Pershing Square just shifted out of its bearish bets, and snapped up shares of Hilton, Starbucks, and Berkshire Hathaway, among others.

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Comscore Reports a Zero-Dollar Weekend at the American Box Office

Expect these reports to come up blank for several weeks, while movie theaters stay dark across the country.

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Intel Pauses Its $20 Billion Share Buyback Plan Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

The chip-making titan will still pay out dividends according to plan.

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These 3 Stocks Are the Real Deal

These high-quality companies are poised to soar in the long run.

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Coronavirus Rescheduling: "The Lovebirds" are Flying Direct to Netflix, Skipping Theaters Altogether

The producing studio and the movie's director have worked with Netflix before, making this unheard-of move somewhat less surprising.

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Coronavirus Lockdown: Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon Prime Are Doing Something Silly and Smart In Europe

The largest video streaming services in the world bend over backwards to please European regulators, even if there's no real problem to address here.


'Onward' Jumps to Digital Downloads Today, Disney+ in 2 Weeks

Traditional release windows don't seem to mean much at the moment.

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Coronavirus Quarantine: GameStop Claims Its Stores Are "Essential Retail"

The video game retailer is trying the newest trick in the book to stay open during coronavirus lockdowns.

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Here's Why Accenture's Stock Is Bouncing Back Today

The global provider of outsourcing and consulting services posted solid financial results, complete with an all-time record in new order bookings.

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Accenture Won't Stop Growing in the Coronavirus Era

The business consultant also posted record-level order bookings, setting it up for renewed growth once the virus crisis has run its course.

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Why Many Social Networks Saw Their Shares Crash Today

These companies aren't as immune to economic downturns as you might think.