On March 8, 2018, the United States enacted 25% tariffs on imported steel. A year later, have those tariffs accomplished what they set out to do? Motley Fool Contributor Jason Hall and Industry Focus host Nick Sciple answer that question and share their favorite steel investment on this week’s episode.
In this week's show, Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP®, sits down with David O'Reilly, CEO of The Howard Hughes Corporation (NYSE: HHC), one of the most interesting and unique real estate companies in the market. You'll hear what the company does, where O'Reilly sees the biggest opportunities, why the master-planned community business is so attractive, and much more.
We talk about the rumor of the week -- Paypal's late stage talks to acquire Pinterest.
The move would be a reach outside the payment company's core competency, but could unlock better monetization opportunities for Pinterest and give PayPal some digital real estate to explore marketplace and commerce activity.
We're shareholders of both and talk about why the deal makes sense, why it might not make sense, and what to keep in mind if a company you own is getting bought.
Special Guest Mark Manduca, Chief Investment Officer at GXO Logistics, joins the show to discuss GXO and how e-commerce, automation, and outsourcing are reshaping how companies get their products to market.
WeWork will finally hit the public markets after BowX Acquisition Corp (BOWX) shareholders voted to bring the company public via SPAC.
The company coming to the public markets looks a bit different than the one that pulled its IPO in 2019. We compare WeWork then and now, talk about leadership changes, the potential for the new WeWork, and the company's more realistic valuation.
Personal finance site NerdWallet has filed a prospectus to go public, with reports indicating it could seek up to a $5 billion valuation. What should investors think about this business model? Join Asit Sharma and Emily Flippen as they discuss another upcoming IPO.