Foot Locker may not be the sexiest company on earth, but it is smart. Two weeks ago, Foot Locker made a very savvy buy when it snapped up a leading German footwear retailer at a very big discount. 

"How big was the discount," you ask? And what does it mean for Foot Locker and its shareholders? Listen in and find out, as Fool contributor Rich Smith gives you the 411.

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Editor's note: The announcement of the acquisition was made on May 8.

The article Foot Locker Is Running Away With Runners Point originally appeared on Fool.com.

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