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July 14, 2000

Market Data as of 7/14/00, 11:57 AM ET:

o Dow Jones Industrial Average: 10,780.58 down 8.13, -0.08%

o Nasdaq Composite Index: 4,216.13 up 41.27, 0.99%

o S&P 500: 1,501.41 up 5.57, 0.37%

o TSC Internet: 857.40 up 36.97, 4.51%

o Russell 2000: 541.55 down 1.21, -0.22%

o 30-Year Treasury: 105 09/32 down 24/32, yield 5.868%

Wrong! Rear Echelon Revelations: Rumors of the Death of the B2B League Aren't Exaggerated, Part 1

It's time for it to be buried, but not without a proper obituary.

Herb on TheStreet: Why Motorola's News Is Not Good News for Cellular

Maybe the industry isn't invincible after all?

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Internet: For E-Tailers, the Shipping News Isn't Good

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Telecom: Analyst Sees More Slippage at AT&T

Solly's Jack Grubman cuts 2000 and 2001 earnings estimates on the phone giant.

Market Features: Nasdaq's New Trading System Won't Show and Tell All

A 'reserve' feature lets market makers hide how many shares they want to place on the market.

Market Features: Is Nasdaq's New System Anticompetitive?

The ECNs says the Nasdaq's SuperMontage amounts to a monopoly.

Analyst Actions: Analyst Actions: Gateway, Brocade, J.P. Morgan, Dow Jones

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