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Snacks vs. Cereal: Kellogg's Plan to Split

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Release Date: 06/21/2022

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Kellogg is planning to split into three separate companies, while DocuSign's CEO is just splitting. (0:25) Bill Mann discusses:
- Why DocuSign's falling stock price is probably not the reason CEO Dan Springer is leaving immediately
- The relative attractiveness of running DocuSign
- Kellogg's plan to split into three companies (snacks, breakfast cereal, plant-based foods) and how long its going to take
- Mondelez buying Clif Bar for $2.9 billion
- His belief that more acquisitions are on the way and the reasons why

(13:30) Morgan Housel joins Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp to discuss how the economic challenges of the 1970s offer lessons for investors today.

Stocks discussed: DOCU, K, MDZ

Host: Chris Hill
Guests: Bill Mann, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp, Morgan Housel
Producer: Ricky Mulvey
Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl

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