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Release Date: 07/19/2021

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BlackBerry shares pop after 2nd-quarter results were better than expected. Darden Restaurants hits an all-time high after surprisingly strong results in the fine dining segment. Jim Gillies analyzes those stories and shares why the complete overhaul of eHealth’s management team intrigues him as an investor. 

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Apple rolls out new versions of the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Microsoft hikes its dividend and announces a $60 billion stock buyback plan. Tim Beyers analyzes those stories and shares why, despite the fact they generate good cash flow, he’s not a huge fan of McAfee’s business.

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Intuit buys MailChimp in a cash-and-stock deal worth $12 billion. Shares of Angi pop on encouraging numbers from August. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories as well as Taco Bell’s newest promotion: a taco subscription service.

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Disney announces the rest of its 2021 slate will hit movie theaters before heading to Disney+. Amazon gears up to launch a new line of TVs and possibly sign exclusive rights to the NFL’s “Sunday Ticket” package. Jason Moser analyzes those stories and offers a preview of Apple’s event on Tuesday.

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Shares of Lululemon Athletica hit an all-time high after huge 2nd-quarter results. Boston Beer pulls its earnings guidance and shares fall 8%. Bill Mann analyzes those stories, discusses the lack of communication from GameStop executives, and calls for Congressional hearings to investigate “holiday drift”.

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