Motley Fool Money airs every week on radio stations across America, including top-10 markets Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston and Washington, DC. The show features a team of Motley Fool analysts discussing the week's top business and investing stories, interviews, and an inside look at the stocks on our radar.
The market has another wild week. What does the decline mean for investors? Our analysts weigh in on the market sell-off, discuss tech trends they’re watching, and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, we revisit our interview with Steve James, Academy Award-nominated director of Abacus: Small Enough to Jail. Thanks to Audible for supporting Motley Fool Money. Get a free audiobook with a free 30-day trial at audible.com/fool or text FOOL to 500-500.
Amazon, Alphabet, Apple, eBay, Facebook, McDonald’s, Microsoft, and PayPal report earnings. And Hostess takes the cake with its new bonus plan. Our analysts weigh in on those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Thanks to LegalZoom for supporting The Motley Fool. Get special savings by going to LegalZoom.com and use Fool at checkout.
Starbucks loses steam. Intel hits a new high. Netflix delivers. And Dell rethinks its need for privacy. Plus, Sports Illustrated columnist Andrew Brand talks about the business of football. Thanks to Harry’s for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free Trial Set – go to Harrys.com/Fool.
Amazon names the finalists for its second headquarters and boosts Prime prices. IBM breaks a losing streak. Lionsgate entertains suitors. Apple brings cash home. And Starbucks goes cashless. Plus, veteran auto industry journalist Paul Lienert talks electric cars, autonomous cars, Ford, and GM. Thanks to Slack for supporting The Motley Fool. Slack: Where work happens. Find out why at slack.com.
Facebook makes a big change. Walmart boosts pay and closes some Sam’s Club stores. And Activision Blizzard bumps up its game. Plus, best-selling author Dan Pink talks about his new book, When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing.
What industries should investors be watching this year? Which stocks will provide upside, and which CEOs really need a good year? Jeff Fischer, Ron Gross, Abi Malin, Jason Moser and David Kretzmann preview the year ahead and make some reckless predictions.
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On this week’s show, we revisit two of our favorite interviews from 2017. NYU business professor Scott Galloway talks big tech and shares some insights from his book, The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google. Plus, Chris talks about the business of popularity with Derek Thompson, author of Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction.
FedEx soars. Nike struggles. Alphabet and Papa John’s get new leadership. Our analysts discuss those stories and more. Plus at the 19:53 mark, best-selling author Dan Ariely shares how we can make better decisions about our money.
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Disney buys a big part of 21st Century Fox. Costco delivers surprising online numbers. And Waste Management once again proves that trash is treasure. Plus, CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla talks bitcoin, business, and what to watch in 2018.
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YouTube gets into the music business. Starbucks opens a venti-sized roastery in China. Disney and Fox get closer to a deal. And Walmart makes a change. Plus, Motley Fool CFP and retirement expert Robert Brokamp shares some year-end tips and talks tax reform. Thanks to Casper for supporting The Motley Fool. Save $50 on a mattress at http://www.casper.com/fool (promo code “Fool”).
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