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I'm kind of proud of this:
. Farnoosh Torabi and I went out to the Apple store on Wednesday in NYC and I interviewed the people who had been waiting there since Monday.
Dan Quayle just won't go away. Ever. Now you can
include trades on
Fifth Third Bancorp
Financial Skeptic weighs in on the
Freakonomics notes that there seems to be a
between users of Facebook and MySpace, owned by
Super-activist Bill Ackman just bought
Unusual stocks of the day:
, and stocks with
. These are all potential breakout plays.
Jeff Matthews recounts his
back in 1979.
Check out my
whose positions I like to piggyback. Click on each fund on the list to see their top positions.
is sick and tired
and the iPhone.
Notable Calls wonders whether
If you don't want to surf the Web or make phone calls with your iPhone,
here are some other interesting uses
It's actually a shame about the Rigas family. They were once billionaires. Now they are going
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