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Business Breakdowns
Business Breakdowns is a series of conversations with investors and operators diving deep into a single business. For each business, we explore its history, its business model, its competitive advantages, and what makes it tick. Learn more and stay up to date at
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4.8 stars from 142 ratings
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Really impressive deep dives into businesses. So happy to have found it
Bill Turkeyburger via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/29/21
Amazing content
With each episode I learn something new. The length is just right and very in-depth analysis. Love this podcast.
Streetfighter333 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/26/21
Love the variation of companies… Keep it up !! Would love to hear more industries and different continents
pvkanwar via Apple Podcasts · India · 06/13/21
Recent Episodes
Today, we will be breaking down pet care giant, Petco. Founded in 1965 as a mail-order business, Petco has evolved into a one-stop-shop pet care solution across its nearly 1,500 locations.   To help break down Petco, I am joined by Greg Kamstra, current CEO of pet care provider, Riverdog and...
Published 07/21/21
Today, we will be diving into Cardlytics. Founded in 2008, Cardlytics operates as an advertising platform integrated with the digital channels of banks. It allows advertisers to identify potential customers from their spending habits and reach those customers directly within their mobile banking...
Published 07/14/21
Today, we will be diving into energy giant, Exxon Mobil. The origins of Exxon date back to John D. Rockefeller and Standard Oil. Exxon was spun out in 1911 as the Standard Oil of New Jersey, and in 1998, Exxon merged with Mobil, which was the original Standard Oil of New York. To break down the...
Published 07/07/21
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