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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.


Microsoft's New High  

Microsoft hits an all-time high. Netflix delivers. Hasbro gets a boost from princess power. And Snoopy gets sent to the doghouse. Plus, best-selling author Roger Lowenstein talks about his newest book, America's Bank. 

Google's Perfect Timing  

Samsung pulls the plug on the Galaxy Note 7. Wells Fargo's CEO steps down. And Snapchat's parent company prepares to go public. Plus, Motley Fool Asset Management's Bill Mann talks stocks, bonds, and investing overseas. Thanks to Tommy John for supporting The Motley Fool. Go to and use the promo code 20% off your 1st order! 

The Business of Motivation  

On this week's show, we revisit two of our favorite interviews. Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner talks with Malcolm Gladwell about his book, David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants. And Dan Pink shares some motivational insights from his book, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. 

The 37% Rule  

Costco serves up bulky earnings. Frito Lay delivers for Pepsi. McCormick spices things up. And a beer maker gets a whole lot bigger. Plus, Brian Christian, co-author of Algorithms to Live By, talks computer science, decision-making, and the 37% rule. 

Twitter Takeover  

Is Twitter about to get acquired? Is Bed, Bath, and Beyond cleaning up its act? Will Facebook's latest admission alienate advertisers? Our analysts tackle those questions and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, television critic Andy Greenwald talks AMC, Atlanta, and the future of television. 

Apple Connects  

Apple's iPhone 7 connects with investors. Samsung heats up - but not in a good way. Bayer and Monsanto combine forces. And retailers report some dog days in August. Plus, best-selling author Bill Taylor talks about his new book, Simply Brilliant: How Great Organizations Do Ordinary Things in Extraordinary Ways. For a free preview of our Motley Fool One service, go to

Wells Fargo's Unreal Problem  

Wells Fargo is fined for fake accounts. Apple cuts the wire. Dave & Buster's dips. And Restoration Hardware rises. Plus, influence expert Robert Cialdini shares some influential insights from his new book, Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade.

Freakonomics and Naked Money  

On this week's Labor Day special, Freakonomics co-author Stephen Dubner talks about his new book, When to Rob a Bank: And 131 More Warped Suggestions and Well-Intended Rants. And Charlie Wheelan shares some insights from his book, Naked Money: A Revealing Look at What It Is and Why It Matters. 

Best Buys, Overpriced Drugs, and Productivity Tips  

Best Buy surprises. Herbalife slides. Tiffany shines. And a drugmaker faces big blowback. Plus, Charles Duhigg offers some productive insights from his new book, Smarter, Faster, Better: The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business. 

Home Improvement's Bright Future  

Home Depot and Lowe's may have more room to run. Sports retailers have a strong week. The wireless wars heat up. An activist takes on Buffalo Wild Wings, while McDonald's makes a rash decision. We discuss those stories and share three stocks on our radar. Plus, Frank Ahrens shares highlights from his new book Seoul Man: A Memoir of Cars, Culture, Crisis and Unexpected Hilarity Inside a Korean Corporate Titan.


Alibaba flies higher. Disney delivers. Shake Shack stumbles. And Walmart makes a big buy. Plus, journalist Jenny Anderson talks about her book, Spousonomics: Using Economics to Master Love, Marriage, and Dirty Dishes.

Retirement: How Much is Enough?  

Fitbit climbs. TripAdvisor stumbles. Electronic Arts scores. And FireEye gets singed. Plus, Motley Fool retirement expert Robert Brokamp shares the latest and greatest thinking on how much you need to retire.



The 1st Trillion Dollar Company  

Alphabet, Amazon, and Apple report big earnings. Panera serves up strong growth. Verizon buys Yahoo. Twitter tumbles. And Whole Foods slips. Our analysts delve into the week's top business stories and share three stocks on their radar.

The Business of Lying  

On this week's show, we revisit two of our favorite interviews. Behavioral economist Dan Ariely, author of The Honest Truth about Dishonesty, talks about the business of lying. And former mobster Louis Ferrante talks about his book, Mob Rules: What the Mafia Can Teach the Legitimate Businessman.

Pokemon Rules the World  

Nintendo scores a huge hit with Pokemon Go. Amazon hits a new high. And Starbucks serves up some appetizing news. Plus, CNBC host Kayla Tausche talks about the business of big banks.

Danone's Next Wave  

The government reports surprising jobs numbers. Danone makes a big buy. Pepsi hits a new high. And Chipotle faces new problems. Plus, Motley Fool Asset Management portfolio manager Bill Mann talks Brexit, Tootsie Roll, and investing overseas.



Declare Your Financial Independence!  

We celebrate America's 240th birthday with our Financial Independence Special, featuring encore interviews with best-selling authors and radio hosts Dave Ramsey and Clark Howard.

Brexit: What Investors Need To Know  

Britain votes to leave the European Union. What does it mean for investors? Our analysts tackle that question and delve into some big news from Tesla. Plus, Cognex CEO Robert Willett talks about the business of machine vision. 

Money Advice from Dad  

Microsoft buys LinkedIn. Lumber Liquidators bounces back. We analyze those stories and more, and share the best money advice from our Dads. Plus, technology columnist Charles Arthur analyzes the Brexit vote, Apple, Google, and hot tech trends.

Dave & Buster's New High Score  

Dave & Buster's racks up big earnings. Restoration Hardware gets hammered. Keurig Green Mountain goes cold. And Disney gets ready for its Shanghai debut. Plus, Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel shares some surprising insights on risk. For a preview of our Fool Fest Digital Pass, go to .



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