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Dissidents Roy Disney and Stanley Gold slam the CEO search but stop short of a full-court press.
Anti-soothsaying provisions foretell first-quarter pain.
Peers Sina, NetEase, Tom Online and Shanda Interactive follow its lead in a broad selloff.
Wall Streeters worry the company won't come through on its promise to scale back capital spending.
The Web-based email service ratchets up the number of friends each user may invite.
Be like Martha; T'd off; Citi singing in the rain; CEOs know nothing, nothing; and Grasso's story sprouts.
The ad company sees its shares drop in the late session.
It matches estimates but fails to produce a blowout in the fashion of its bigger rival.
A blowout quarter helps the Web giant add to its gains.
The second quarter shows an 18% revenue rise.