Among the topics our analysts discuss on this weekend's Motley Fool Money radio show:
- Earlier this week, Berkshire Hathaway
CEO Warren Buffett said he's betting unemployment will drop below 8% in the next year. Now that the latest jobs report has unemployment at 9.2%, should he be rethinking his bet? (NYSE: BRK-B)
- As Google
ramps up Google+, the company's new social-networking service, Facebook announces a deal with Skype to bring video chat to its 750 million members. How will this next business battle shake out for the two companies? (Nasdaq: GOOG)
lawsuit against Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AAPL) over the phrase "app store" gets shot down by a federal judge. (Nasdaq: AMZN)
- And now that Wynn Resorts
is accepting bets on non-sporting events, what's the potential impact for casino stocks? (Nasdaq: WYNN)
- Plus, CNBC host Carl Quintanilla talks about the business of BMW and his own "ultimate driving experience."
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