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CXO Advisory has a great analysis of the markets under different political regimes.
Prospect.org on why it feels sorry for the guy who invented Sudoku.
What typically happens to stocks when the Fed pauses?
Equity Investment Ideas with more on the Fed action.
Sportsbiz with a look back at the best deal in sports history.
I'd never even heard of SF-based Bebo. Then I learned it rejected an offer for $500 million and now it is passing MySpace in the UK.
I love GoDaddy.com. So I was upset it pulled its IPO. CEO Bob Parsons, blogger-of-the-millenium, gives his reasons why.
Quant Investor gives an interesting closed-end fund arb opportunity.
TickerSense looks at the stocks with the current biggest winning streaks and losing streaks.
10Q Detective shops at Casey's General Stores. (CASY - Get Report)
AOL admits it made a mistake by releasing search data. Today, Thelma Arnold becomes the first person identified by the data.
First Bono buys a piece of Forbes. And now this.