For Slack's life as a publicly traded company, the collaboration company has been plagued by concerns that its lunch might be eaten by tech giant Microsoft and its Teams product. But are they actually competitors?Microsoft seems to think so, but Slack doesn't. We explore why and how investors should look at the battle for workplace collaboration.
Quicken Loans, the largest mortgage originator in the United States, has filed IPO paperwork under the Rocket Companies brand name, presumably to continue its emphasis on its Rocket Mortgage platform. In this episode of Industry Focus: Financials, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP discuss what the company does, how it makes money, and what investors should expect.
On Monday, Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway announced a nearly $10 billion dollar enterprise value deal for Berkshire to acquired the natural gas distribution and processing assets of Dominion Energy. At the same time, we’ve seen multiple court decisions in the past week targeted toward delaying or preventing the construction of new pipelines. Motley Fool Contributor Jason Hall joins the show to break down Buffett’s big deal and the operating environment for pipeline companies today.
Description:It’s been a huge year for Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, commonly known as SPACs, with DraftKings, Nikola Motor, Virgin Galactic, and more using SPACs to bring their companies public. Why have SPACs suddenly become so popular? Motley Fool Contributor Luis Sanchez joins the podcast to share his perspective on that question as well as some SPACs currently on his radar.
Tractor Supply (TSCO) has been one of the niche retail winners over the past decade, but it’s success and brand still remains a mystery for many. Join Dan Kline and Emily Flippen as they take a deep dive into this curious winner and discuss whether its past successes are still replicable or if it’s best days are behind it.