Thursday's Daily Blog Watch

Somebody doesn't like Sara Lee, the next Jobs, and what Estee Lauder can't cover up.
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Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.

It's that time of the month again. August traffic data is starting to come out, and it looks like


(GOOG) - Get Report

took some market share





Cramer's four for four:

four stocks paying 4% dividends


24/7 Wall St. thinks that although

Sara Lee


might be acquired

, it's also expensive.


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(MSFT) - Get Report

-- is it all

just whining


Post of the day: Crossing Wall Street looks at how

value stocks

have been doing vs. growth stocks.

Ticker Sense has a fascinating graphical view of what has led the


to new highs

in the recent spike. Surprise of the day is that


(VZ) - Get Report

was No. 1.

If the


(AAPL) - Get Report

backdating scandal gets too big, then

who will replace Steve Jobs

? Here are some candidates.

What does Yahoo!'s warning

really mean

? Is it Yahoo!'s fault, or a warning sign for the rest of the industry?

Pink Sheets believes things are

moving up


CPI Aerostructures

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10Q Detective

spies on

Estee Lauder

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Icahn vs.



: If

management were more competent

, the company would be worth a lot more than $36. You go, Carl!

Equity Investment Ideas looks at the

insider buying




and insider selling at




What happens when you mix

World of Warcraft with South Park


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