A lot of you have come to enjoy the wide array of commentary available at
. We've got
James J. Cramer
and a number of other columnists bringing you insight and information that you can't find anywhere else. Now we welcome
, formerly of
, to our star-studded group of columnists.
Tish, who weighed in Friday with a
column on Carly Fiorina of
, has developed a reputation for taking a spunkier view of Silicon Valley and the high-technology world. Her Daily Tish column at
developed a cultish following, and we're looking for her to provide the same kind of clever coverage of technology for readers of
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The first week of trading in 2000 provided no shortage of thrills. A lot of folks are trying to figure out where to put their cash as the year gets underway, and the cross-currents are as intense as ever. This week we bring you two important chats that should help give investors guidance. On Tuesday, technician
Gary B. Smith
will participate in a chat at 5 p.m. EST.
On Thursday, James J. Cramer will participate in a chat at 5 p.m. EST. Both chats are being hosted by
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Part of our goal in this new year is to provide you with sweeping, in-depth coverage of important events. Our recent team
preannouncement, including columns from Herb Greenberg,
and James J. Cramer, provide just a taste of this new focus on dissecting important events in real time. We will continue to provide this kind of team coverage, from the breaking news right through to commentary, on important events as the year unfolds. Given the high anticipation of the looming earnings season, you can expect more examples of Lucent-like coverage in the coming weeks.
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Get ready for another exciting week on
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