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Wednesday's Daily Blog Watch

Previewing the holidays for retailers, and is Google buying Sprint?

Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.

Cramer discusses

Intuitive Surgical

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and more.

Cramer believes these companies have

the secret to long-term success


10Q Detective sees

empty pockets for retailers this Christmas



business day in global warming

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TheStreet Recommends

, including the latest on

First Solar

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and others.



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really be trading below $30


Which companies are

breaking out to 52-week highs



ups estimates



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sold off too much


Three potential small-cap companies

to short.


these cupcakes look good


Here's a sneak preview of

the 2008 Dogs of the Dow

, with


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as the probably frontrunner with a 6% yield.

Sramana Mitra thinks

Apollo Group


needs to

come up with a succession plan


Rumor of the day

: is


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