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Paul Kedrosky points out a recent Pirate Capital/activist win, as well as
the perils of piggybacking activists
Internet technology analyst extraordinaire Charlene Li notes that
has both negatives and positive.
Speaking of which, BloggingStocks looks at
on the Web.
FinanceProfessor analyzes the relationship between
Excellent analysis by Startup-Review on the
, which ended up getting bought by
for $435 million.
Do we really care about oil prices?
24/7 Wall St.
by the numbers.
This sounds vaguely Wizard-of-Oz-ish, but 13D Tracker
on The Lion Fund raising its stake in
Friendly Ice Cream
Inspirational post about the
pomegranate juice company POM.
Tech guru and entrepreneur Chris Allen on
on Google's recent deals with
The best magic trick in the world
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