Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
What is the scoop on
A look at one of the best charts ever:
stealth Internet company
Illinois Tool Works
You can profit from China's trade surplus with
from the Internet Review,
deal, 24/7 Wall St. thinks that
24/7 Real Media
didn't get enough money
Crossing Wall Street notes that
the Chrysler deal already pays for itself
A lot of good answers for the
stemming from Jim Cramer's
blog post about stocks that are stuck in the mud. Some of the stocks are fitting the criteria for my breakout stocks column coming on Monday.
on what the heck is going on with the nonstop slump in
Uber venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki posts
the nine biggest myths about the workplace
from Penelope Trunk 's latest book,
, including, "Do good work and you'll do fine."
Unusual stocks of the day:
Friday, suggesting a possible breakout, and
Brainiac Paul Kedrosky
by Stock Market Beat of
latest earnings report.
wonders what's up with this year's Dogs of the Dow
Who knew that so many people suffered from nausea? But
Bank of America thinks there's
Forget BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China). What about
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