Here are a few questions we’ll answer on this weekend's Motley Fool Money radio show:
- Could Warren Buffett's next acquisition involve a talking duck?
(Nasdaq: AAPL)is suing Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN)over the online retailer's new app store. How big a threat does Amazon's latest venture present to Steve Jobs' company?
- Are the television networks quickly becoming Netflix's
(Nasdaq: NFLX)worst nightmare?
- Reverse stock splits are often a sign of desperation. Why do our analysts believe that Citigroup's
(NYSE: C)1-for-10 reverse split is a smart move for the bank and its shareholders?
- Do you like really, really, really expensive watches? If so, we'll tell you about a new investment opportunity that's right up your alley.
All that, plus Washington Post technology columnist Rob Pegoraro talks about the future of table computers and shares some must-have smartphone applications.
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