Weekend Blog Watch - TheStreet

Jim Cramer answered a bunch of questions Friday, including a pair on Baidu (BIDU) - Get Report and Exxon Mobil (XOM) - Get Report.

The 10Q Detective believes that maybe

Flamel Technologies

(FLML)

can deliver

.

24 7 Wall St suggests that

Qualcomm's

(QCOM) - Get Report

CEO

needs to leave

.

Despite the selloff here, it's interesting to see the stocks

on the 52-week-high list

and why they are there.

Ditto for the

52-week-low list

.

My favorite international analyst, David Reidel,

is in love

with the

Linktone

(LTON)

cash position.

The cable industry has been doing extremely well lately. Here are the cheapest stocks

in the cable TV industry

.

ET Stock Ideas has

the pure kosher play

,

G Willi Foods

(WILC) - Get Report

.

One Guy explains

why he's buying

the

Google

(GOOG) - Get Report

dip.

The Peridot Capitalist is hoping that

Sears Holdings

(SHLD)

CEO Eddie Lampert

is going to do a big deal

.

Did you know Finland was the sixth-happiest country in the world?

Here's the way to play Finnish stocks in the U.S.

.

Sramana Mitra looks at the next company

in her iPhone ecosystem series

,

Micron Technology

(MU) - Get Report

.

Wow.

Barron's Online

notes that

Piper Jaffray is very bullish

on

Apple

(AAPL) - Get Report

and explains why.

The Stockmasters are pretty convinced that

Motorola

( MOT) CEO Ed Zander

is going to be gone ASAP

.

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