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Motley Fool Money: Amazon Vs. Walmart (25/6)

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: Amazon Vs. Walmart (25/6)
Mary Long caught up with Jason Del Rey, author of “Winner Sells All: Amazon, Walmart, and the Battle for Our Wallets”, and how Amazon often beat Walmart’s low-price guarantee, the incentives that slowed down Walmart’s e-commerce rollout, why WalMart was hesitant about creating a loyalty program, and Amazon and Walmart’s push into healthcare. Companies discussed: AMZN, WMT. Host - Mary Long; Guest - Jason Del Rey
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Jason Del Ray


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Adam Cox

The Hypnotist: Vibrate Your Way to a Stress Free Life

Adam Cox
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The Hypnotist

The Hypnotist: Vibrate Your Way to a Stress Free Life
Adam Cox uses a shift in the background music of this episode to bring a different level of energy, designe to help you to alleviate stress through a change in vibration frequency.

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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Cat Jones on Flight Free Holidays

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Cat Jones on Flight Free Holidays
Adam Cox is accompanied by Cat Jones, the Founder of Byway, for a conversation exploring the distinctions between flight-free holidays and conventional vacations, as well as the rising appeal of the slow travel concept. Together, they examine the accessibility of multi-stop and airplane-free slow travel holidays, along with the existing obstacles that individuals encounter when embracing this form of travel. https://www.byway.travel/
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Cat Jones


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: David MacLeod on the UK's Knitting Revolution

Adam Cox
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Motley Fool Show

Modern Mindset: David MacLeod on the UK's Knitting Revolution
Adam Cox is accompanied by David MacLeod, the Brand Manager at Rowan, for a discussion on recent findings that indicate the significant growth of new knitters in Britain during the pandemic has not waned, unlike numerous other pandemic-related hobbies. Together, they delve into the reasons behind the enduring fascination with arts and crafts, while David shares his personal journey into the world of knitting. Furthermore, David sheds light on Rowan Connect and highlights the community-driven nature of knitting. https://knitrowan.com/
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David MacLeod


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Kelly Saudackas for World Continence Week

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Kelly Saudackas for World Continence Week
Adam Cox is joined by Kelly Saudackas, the Pelvic Health Guru, to delve into the issue of incontinence and other bladder and bowel-related problems. Together, they explore the reasons why bladder issues, particularly incontinence, disproportionately affect older women. Kelly sheds light on effective treatment methods and preventative measures that can be employed to address and mitigate the challenges associated with incontinence. https://tenscare.co.uk/
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Kelly Saudackas


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Simon Rose

The Business of Film: No Hard Feelings, Asteroid City & Extraction II

Simon Rose
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The Business Of Film

The Business of Film: No Hard Feelings, Asteroid City & Extraction II
James Cameron-Wilson comments on the dire state of the UK box office, where Cineworld is filing for administration. With Spider-Man returning to #1, the implausible and predictable No Hard Feelings, with Jennifer Lawrence, enters at #3. Wes Anderson's Asteroid City is #4. Despite liking some of his films and despite a stellar cast, James found this too deliberately quirky and self-indulgent. He was much keener on thriller Extraction II with Chris Hemsworth on Netflix. While lacking in originality, he found the action sequences genuinely thrilling, with one being among the best he's ever seen.
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James Cameron-Wilson


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Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: Health-checking supermarket trolleys, inflatable bike helmets & the Furby is back

Simon Rose
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Gadgets and Gizmos

Gadgets & Gizmos: Health-checking supermarket trolleys, inflatable bike helmets & the Furby is back
Steve Caplin reports on the world of tech, where the Esports Olympics have just taken place. He discusses supermarket trolleys that could check on your heart, DNA testing for dogs, an inflatable bike helmet, why South Koreans are all suddenly a year younger, why NASA wants to introduce talking AI to space missions (haven't they seen 2001?) and convert astronauts' urine into water, how your phone could soon take your temperature, why an updated Furby is returning to annoy us and explains why he loves a pocket-sized, self-flying camera.
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Steve Caplin


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Simon Rose

The Financial Outlook For Personal Investors: Are private equity takeovers actually a good thing?

Simon Rose
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The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors

The Financial Outlook For Personal Investors: Are private equity takeovers actually a good thing?
In the wake of the buyout of Lookers, Neil Shah of Edison Group considers whether the fact that the UK listed market is steadily being depleted is a bad thing or not? He feels that takeovers by trade buyers or private equity provide a possible exit for investors when the stock market might be underpricing companies and that, without it, investors – particularly in the small- and mid-cap areas – might not see value realised.
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Neil Shah


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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: Will opinions about the EU switch, failing water companies & is the NHS about to hit a point of no return?

Simon Rose
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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: Will opinions about the EU switch, failing water companies & is the NHS about to hit a point of no return?
Professor Tim Evans of Middlesex University suggests that, with the trend in Europe towards nationalist populism and harsher immigration policies, opinions in the UK towards the EU from each political wing may switch, as they have done before. With Thames Water in dire staits, why are natural monopolies failures whether run by the state or privately and what can be done? And with the problems of the NHS deepening, is it about to hit the point of no return?
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Professor Tim Evans


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Gavin Oldham

Thought for the Week: Russia in Crisis

Gavin Oldham
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Thought for the Week

Thought for the Week: Russia in Crisis
Last Saturday's trail of chaos exposes the challenge facing Russia, absorbed in conflict and with its people living in fear and poverty. Plans are urgently needed to find a way out of this mess. But it has to start with ending the violence in Ukraine. Could there be a role for UN peacekeepers to help while Russia looks for a new way forward? Background music: 'Russian Dance' by Joey Pecoraro

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