After a long battle, Ireland’s biggest fast-food chain, Supermac, has won a trademark case against McDonald’s. The Ireland chain’s case has officially been ruled by the EU Intellectual Property Office that the phrase “Big Mac” is no longer valid in Europe. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Myles Udland, and
Gaby Dunn, author of ‘Bad With Money’ wants to help you get your financial life together, and not feel isolated while doing so. Gaby joins us with tips on budgeting, paying off student loans, how to keep money from damaging your dating life, and more.
The streaming giant announced that its raising prices on its subscription plan, up to two dollars more than what users are currently paying. Is this price hike worth it? Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Dan Howley, Melody Hahm, and Myles Udland look into the matter.
In day 26 of the government shutdown, concerns of the impact on Wall Street are growing. President of American Progress, Neera Tanden, joins us via skype to discuss and talk about her upcoming meeting with Maxine Waters.
Banks are leading the way in fourth quarter earnings season, with names like Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, and Black Rock. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Brian Cheung, Melody Hahm, and Myles Udland break down the details.
Facebook’s 2009 vs. 2019 challenge is the latest craze taking over social media. The challenge asks users to post a picture of themselves from ten years ago, and compare it to now. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Myles Udland, and Melody Hahm show us their throwbacks as they decide who changed the most
Today, Carolyn Childers and Lindsay Kaplan are launching Chief, a network of all-women senior leaders. The two co-founders are looking to disrupt power dynamics and promote female leadership. CEO of Chief, Carolyn Childers, joins us to discuss.
NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to announce a proposal to legalize marijuana, which could produce up to $300 million in state tax revenue. Big Mike Straumietis, founder and CEO of Advanced Nutrients, joins YFi AM to discuss cannabis and his new blends launching this month.
Gillette is out with a new ad out titled “We Believe” which is centered around the question “is this the best a man can get?” This video is part of a larger branding effort, and has caused some mixed reactions. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Melody Hahm, and Myles Udland review the ad and debate.
With half of all small businesses led by female entrepreneurs, Visa is looking to help women acquire funding for their businesses with a new initiative called She’s Next. Suzan Kereere, Visa SVP Head of Merchant Sales and Acquiring, joins us to discuss.
Last night, President Trump welcomed the Clemson Tigers to the White House to celebrate the team’s win in the college football playoffs. The Tigers were served a variety of fast-food items, including 1,000 hamburgers. Hunter Walker skypes in with Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Myles Udland, and Melody
An egg is giving Kylie Jenner some competition, beating her out for the most-liked Instagram post of all time at more than 32 million likes. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Myles Udland, and Melody Hahm discuss and admire the record-setting egg.
Yahoo Finance’s Jeanie Ahn joins us to discuss the popular New Year's resolutions of getting more organized, and how to tackle this goal, starting with your e-mail inbox.
R.Riveter is an All-American company that employs military wives, helping them with their struggle to find employment due to constant moving and cost of caregiving. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Myles Udland, and Melody Hahm speak with co-founder of R.Riveter, Lisa Bradley, to discuss her mission.
Today is day 24 of the government shutdown. Who is to blame? Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Brian Cheung, Myles Udland, and Melody Hahm discuss how this came to be.
The Netflix movie, ‘Bandersnatch’ lets viewers choose every few minutes between two options of where the movie will go. Now, Chooseco, the publisher of the ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ books, is suing the streaming company for stealing its concept. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Myles Udland, and Melody
Asics is a brand loved by hardcore runners and other athletes. Gene McCarthy, CEO of Asics America, joins Yahoo Finance's Dan Roberts, Myles Udland, and Sibile Marcellus to discuss what's in store for the year ahead.
Amazon is looking to capitalize on the demise of Sears, and is eyeing closed stores for a Whole Foods expansion. Yahoo Finance's Krystal Hu has the exclusive scoop and breaks down the details with Dan Roberts, Sibile Marcellus, and Myles Udland.
One unexpected victim of the government shutdown is a beer brewer. Atlas Brew Works, a brewery in Washington D.C., is unable to release its spring apricot IPA because of the shutdown. Founder and CEO of Atlas Brew Works, Justin Cox, joins YFi AM to discuss the details.
As the government shutdown ties for the longest in history today, it is also the first day that many government workers will not receive their paychecks. How much longer will this last? Yahoo Finance's Dan Roberts, Rick Newman, Sibile Marcellus, and Myles Udland discuss.
Not everyone was a fan of the photobombing Fiji Water girl at the Golden Globes 2019. Jamie Lee Curtis took to Twitter to tell us how she really feels. Yahoo Finance's Dan Roberts, Zack Guzman, and Sibile Marcellus review the tweet and discuss.
When Alexa Greenfield was caught on camera dipping her chicken fingers in soda, the internet reacted. Now, she’s making the most of it, and has come out with a music video that’s gone viral. Alexa Greenfield joins us to discuss her story.
Dream Hotel’s downtown NYC location is implementing a Google translation technology, making it the first hotel in the world to do so. Jay Stein, CEO of Dream Hotel Group, joins us to break down the details and discuss the company’s outlook for 2019.
After 25 years of marriage Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos are getting a divorce. What does this mean for the Amazon CEO’s $137 billion fortune and his 16% stake in Amazon? Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Alexis Keenan, Sibile Marcellus, and Zack Guzman skype with family law attorney, Randy Kessler, to discuss
Tesla is going to stop selling the lowest-range versions of its Model S Sedans and Model X SUVs, hoping that this will push prospective customers to buy Tesla’s high-end Model 3 Sedans instead. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Sibile Marcellus, and Zack Guzman break down the details.