What Investors Need to Know: Caribou Coffee, Clearwire, and the Beer Wars

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The following video is from Monday's Market Foolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill, along with analysts Joe Magyer and Jason Moser, discusses the top business and investing stories.

In today's edition: A German conglomerate is purchasing Caribou Coffee ; is it a threat to Starbucks ? Also, Sprint is buying the rest of Clearwire  we hear why the market didn't like the move. And the battle between the big brewers and the craft brewers in the U.S. is heating up, with the big guys getting into the craft game, and the little guys demanding more transparency so that consumers know that craft beer they're drinking is still mass-produced. What does this mean for investors?


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