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for both the "Beat the Street" game and the
John Arnold is the top-paid hedge fund manager this year. The 32-year-old made $1.5 billion for himself personally. Michael Covel
include trades triggering this morning on
Here's a fascinating stat from Ticker Sense showing that the biggest thing we need to worry about in this market is
for the 2nd Avenue subway in New York City.
Paul Kedrosky has the latest search stats, and
Google is in a race for world domination
Here's a list of stocks that rose yesterday on
-- a condition that could suggest a breakout is occurring.
Who will be the
I've never known anyone to use Fandango instead of Moviefone, but
in its largest Internet purchase to date, so somebody must be using it.
Perhaps the great expectations for
Research in Motion
were too great
when it's wearing
I like to keep track of
, where hedge funds are trying to shake things up. Today's list includes new filings on
Cement is the new water (which, a few months ago, was the new oil). And David Merkel,
columnist and money manager, blogs about
Money manager and
columnist Brian Gilmartin writes about why he's concerned about holding
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