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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


(WMT) - Get Report

side of the story

for once.

An updated list of the

biggest share buybacks

announced this week.


throws down the gauntlet



(GOOG) - Get Report





Stock Reply wants to

delete the REITs


InvestorTrip believes


(EBAY) - Get Report


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.


long case



(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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