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Snacks Daily

A daily News, Business News and Business podcast featuring Jack Kramer and Nick Martell
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China’s Luckin Coffee lost $5B in value in 5 minutes on word the company made up its numbers last year. YouTube pulls a Facebook-on-Snapchat and copies TikTok because it wants mobile video. And Marlboro-owner Altria is being told by the governm
Ikea’s always been focused on furniture, now it aims to democratize smart furniture (but it needs help). FedEx plummeted 10% because it’s losing its profit puppy. And International Flavors & Fragrances makes the scents and tastes you’re touchin
Allbirds’ CEO noticed that Amazon’s been knocking off its go-to shoes — Amazon calls them “equivalents,” we call them “knock-offs”. Target is enjoying shipping nirvana and shares are up 91% this year because it’s pulled off same-day shipping ma
Remember when we mentioned Google could acquire Fitbit last Friday? It did. So we’re looking to understand why Google’s paying almost double the normal stock price. Insurance giant AIG doesn’t like catastrophes, and last quarter had fewer than
Oil prices just surged after an attack in Saudi Arabia, so we break down why it’s not as big a deal as Wall Street made it seem. Netflix is treating itself to $500M of Seinfeld reruns from Sony because sitcoms earn your loyalty. The WSJ reporte
First Popeye’s and Chick-fil-a went at it over a new fried chicken sandwich, then KFC added a Beyond Meat faux-meat burger. Hasbro is dropping $4B for British cartoon Peppa Pig (and it’s also getting some rap artists). And Dish is about to be t
Poshmark pulled off the double-double IPO, but we don’t think it’s really an ecommerce company. GameStop’s stock (say 5 times fast) surged 100% in the last week, so we’re looking at why it’s no longer dead. And computer chips have never been in
Darden Restaurants has reopened 91% of its restaurants like Olive Garden, but the restaurant industry has a takeout booze problem. Google’s new news app will completely change the business model for the news industry. And Slack just whipped up
We’re on the verge of an oat-pocalypse as the US faces its greatest oat shortage in history… so good time to check out Oatly’s stock. Roblox is the #1 destination for American kids (online or off), but its newest thing is Roblox for adults. And
Squid Game has become a market-moving Netflix show messing with stocks. The latest move in digital cryptocurrencies is physical crypto stores. And a 470-mile undersea electric cable by National Grid is solving the biggest problem of renewable e
Happy B-Day to El Salvador, which just made Bitcoin legal tender… so we’re looking at how it went down (spoiler: lava). Callaway Golf shockingly claims its sales are about to double, but the real reason is a White claw and a 7-iron. And just af
Jeff Bezos officially stepped down as Amazon CEO yesterday, so we’re introducing you to the new guy. Private jets are living their best lives right now and Wheels Up is the 1st purely private plane stock to go public. And Foot Locker is shockin
TikTok just made 1 small change to your videos with 1 huge impact. LegalZoom IPO’d thanks to America having its most entrepreneurial year ever. And Exxon Mobil’s CEO just got caught in a sting operation that tells us how they really fell about
Bumble is opening up its very first restaurant (not a typo) in New York. With an epic heatwave, we’re looking at air conditioner icon Trane Technologies, whose stock is enjoying an all-time high. And while your yoga studio was on lockdown, Gymp
WeWork, Google, and Microsoft are all investing in the Second Coming of Zoom: Holograms. Chipotle’s jacking up prices on your burrito bowl, but doing something no one else is: Elevating the Burrito, too. And Klarna hit a $46B valuation because
Did your internet go down yesterday? It probably did, and the company to blame was Fastly… yet its stock jumped 11%. Apple’s major conference has 1 critical Takeaway for ya: FaceTime is its new hero product. And Bitcoin fell yesterday because o
The G7 nations are ending the epic corporate tax loopholes, but there’s a finance yin to every business yang. Marriott Vacations (different company from Marriott Hotels) has become a pure play Boomer stock. And Biogen stock surged 40% on FDA ap
Athleisure icon Lululemon splurges $500M to acquire Peloton-ish in-home workout startup Mirror. Fresh off its acquisition breakup with Grubhub, Uber is looking to rebound with Postmates instead. And Netflix will stream $100M of its cash into bl
The Disney merging with Fox saga is officially over now that Disney sold YES Network… partially to Amazon. Forever 21 is a fast-fashion founding father, but it’s reportedly going bankrupt (there’s another key F-word here: Fad). And Citibank and
We dove into WeWork’s IPO paperwork (its S-1) Snacks style. JPMorgan is shutting down a payment app, but it’s a major lesson on how to quit something smartly. And Waymo (owned by Google) is sharing its self-driving car knowledge to make self-dr
Apple’s card with Goldman Sachs was just released for all Americans, so we jump in Snacks style. Target announces its biggest ever food brand, focused on organic food. And Tesla’s solar panel unit announces a rental version — just as it gets su
Duckhorn Vineyards just IPO’d as a pure-play pinot stock, but its latest move isn’t drinking wine, it’s listening to wine. Oil prices just hit record highs worldwide — and that’s really a tax on the entire economy. And while Facebook was down M
The 3-time highest-paid YouTube star of the year is… a 10-year-old running a toy media conglomerate. Beyond Meat just officially became the most rooted against stock on Wall Street. And the biggest IPO of 2022 is TPG — A Private Equity firm tha
Kim Kardashian is getting sued because 1 out of 5 Americans saw her Insta post on a CrapCoin. If ya noticed the store near you closed early, you can blame the biggest new problem in the economy: The Great Sick Day. And Harry’s Razors just raise
Campbell’s Soup’s top-performing snack is Goldfish, but they’ve been targeting the wrong customer for 30 years. Turo filed to IPO by zucking Airbnb’s biz and sticking it on a car like a bumper sticker. And where do iPhones go when they die? To
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