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Yahoo! beyond peanut butter, and ringing up online sales.
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Investors Business Daily loves companies with earnings growth.

Here's its top 10

large-cap fast growing companies

.

Polo Ralph Lauren

(RL) - Get Report

makes the 24/7 Wall St. list of the

15 most overvalued stocks

.

Bellwether tells us the

10 worst Internet acquisitions

.

Great post: Let's hear

Wal-Mart's

(WMT) - Get Report

side of the story

for once.

An updated list of the

biggest share buybacks

announced this week.

Bloggingstocks

throws down the gauntlet

on

Google

(GOOG) - Get Report

vs.

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

.

Stock Reply wants to

delete the REITs

.

InvestorTrip believes

eBay

(EBAY) - Get Report

is

for winners

.

World Alpha shows you how to simulate a

fund of hedge funds

with publicly traded stocks.

GigaOm has

some thoughts

on what Yahoo! should do.

The

long case

for

Baidu

(BIDU) - Get Report

.

Seeking Alpha compares

online retail sales

with offline retail sales.

Fly on the Wall tells us why this

bull market

is still in the first inning.

If you are a master of '80s and '00s trivia, then you can answer

this question

from the Freakonomics blog.

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