Coke's Next Big Market and IBM's Next Supercomputer

Chris Hill, The Motley Fool

On today's MarketFoolery podcast, we dig into the latest earnings. Coca-Cola (NYS: KO) continues strong international growth, but should it borrow a page from PepsiCo's (NYS: PEP) "snackify" strategy? At the 3:30 mark, we discuss Goldman Sachs' (NYS: GS) report of a rare loss and Bank of America's (NYS: BAC) $6.2 billion profit. And at 7:40, IBM's (NYS: IBM) mixed results have us pondering what we want out of the company's next supercomputer.

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