Mark Reeth

Mark Reeth

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Mark Reeth is an incredibly handsome Consumer Goods editor, and is an expert on all things that fall within the Consumer Goods sector (especially video games). Follow him on Twitter for all of the most important CG news.

Recent articles

Netflix Fears the Peacock. Should You?

Shares of Netflix are up after a solid earnings report, but CEO Reed Hastings isn't happy.


Why Is Advanced Micro Devices Surging Today?

AMD is enjoying a big bump in share price today, but will the good times last for the tech titan?


Interactive Brokers Group Hits a Home Run

Interactive Brokers Group just redefined what it means to have a great quarter.


Yahoo! Inc's Alibaba Connection

This e-commerce titan is pulling in five times what Amazon is making, and Yahoo's holding a big stake.


Taser's Big New London Deal

Could this big new deal with the London Police Department move the needle for Taser?

Citigroup Stomps Expectations

Citigroup wins Wall Street's expectations game this quarter, but is the troubled bank strong enough to invest in yet?


Wal-Mart's Push Into India May Spread the Company Too Thin

Wal-Mart's expansion into India may seem positive, but can these razor-thin margins support the massive capital expenditures required for the expansion?


Amazon's Move on the Living Room

Amazon steps into streaming television with its new device, Fire TV. Here's what this means for Amazon, Netflix, and the cable companies.


Facebook's Spending Spree: Does It Present a New Risk to Investors?

Should investors be worried about how Facebook is allocating its capital lately?


Why This Company That You've Never Heard of Is a Buy Today

"Boring" stocks make the best stocks, especially when they corner a niche like this one has.

Intuitive Surgical's Brand New Toy

Intuitive Surgical has just released the next-generation of its robotic surgery machines, the da Vinci Xi. Will this be a game changer for the stock?


1 Reason Big Blue Still Makes Sense as a Buy

If you thought IBM was over the hill, you haven't been paying attention.


Citigroup Fails Inspection

For the second time in three years, the Fed tells Citigroup that it isn't up to par and can't increase its dividend or initiate share buybacks. How big of a black eye is this?


Facebook's Virtual Purchase Is Very Real

Facebook buys virtual reality headset developer Oculus VR for $2 billion. Can't see how virtual reality fits in with Facebook? Here's our take.


Where Is Walgreens' Competitive Advantage?

Is there a compelling reason for consumers, or investors, to choose Walgreens over the competition?

Better Buy: Rite Aid vs. Universal Display

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Better Buy: Celgene vs. Rite Aid

We've collected the most popular companies among Fool.com readers and put them head-to-head in a good old-fashioned challenge we're calling The Motley Fool Better Buy Tournament.


Better Buy: Groupon vs. New York Community Bancorp

We've collected the most popular companies amongst Fool.com readers and put them head-to-head in a good old-fashioned challenge we're calling The Motley Fool's Better Buy Tournament.


Better Buy: Realty Income vs. Whole Foods

We've collected the most popular companies amongst Fool.com readers and put them head-to-head in a good old-fashioned challenge we're calling The Motley Fool's Better Buy Tournament.


Why This 3-D Printing Stock Got Crushed Today

The market gutted shares of ExOne today, is the growth story here in jeopardy?