Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.

With Dolan leaving

Bristol-Myers

(BMY) - Get Report

, CXO Advisory asks,

do management changes make stocks go up?

Hitwise has the latest search statistics, and

Google

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climbs back above a 60% market share.

Fat Pitch Financials lists its

small-cap wide-moat companies.

Social network of the day:

Dogster, the MySpace for dog lovers.

Investment Ideas looks at some

ETFs in the pharma sector.

Crossing Wall Street is bullish on the major investment banks, and

takes a look

at

Bear Stearns

(BSC)

.

Paidcontent gives the rundown on all the

analyst responses to the latest

Apple

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products.

Psychologist-trader Brett Steenbarger suggests that

sports psychology can be helpful for trading.

Seeking Alpha spends some time with

LJ International

(JADE)

, the

fastest-growing jewelry company in the world.

How have the

foreign ETFs done since 2003?

Former Apple fellow and garage.com founder Guy Kawasaki wonders outloud

why smart companies sometimes do stupid things

.

Sinletter asks,

at what cost,

Costco

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?

Save the oceans

.

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and

Trade Like Warren Buffett

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