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I might be disappointed in this:
is actually considering
spinning AOL off
Assets in "socially responsible" funds swelled from $2 billion in 2000 to $17 billion in 2005 -- and perhaps with good reason, as the Ave Maria Catholic Values Fund has been in the top half of its Morningstar category for the past one, three and five years. Here are its
And, for contrast, here is the
, run by
contributor Charles Norton.
Mark Cuban discusses how to make a
no longer likes
. (Found via the
Festival of Stocks
Cheap Stocks still thinks diamond company
, thanks to an inventory of uncut diamonds.
Seth Godin is one of the best marketers out there. So when he writes his
, I like to check it out.
Rough Type summarizes the most
popular Wikipedia searches
now that the
has hit 12,000.
out. Here is its
in the top categories.
Is there a trade deficit, or do we actually have a
Paul Graham is dead on with the
Speaking of startups, this is a
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