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

The Peridot Capitalist speculates on the

latest revelations






Under Armour


up for sale


Aaron Pressman asks if we can learn some investing lessons from

the Red Sox massacre


Mark Cuban underlines some of the

problems with Wikipedia

by looking at recent editing on the entry for "Mark Cuban."

Expeditors International writes the best

8-K filings

. Crossing Wall Street takes a look at the latest.

I'm a big fan of Paris Hilton's ability to make money. Dealbreaker looks at

how she does it


Gannon on Investing takes a look at the

Pilgrim's Pride

(PPC) - Get Report

acquisition offer


Gold Kist



Semi-jealous: Bloggers have firmly graduated into the media business -- raising money, generating revenue, selling ads. Business 2.0, via GigaOm,

breaks it down


NRN Food Service Blog tries to figture out

who will be the new CEO



(WEN) - Get Report


Equity Investment Ideas asks if

Toll Brothers

(TOL) - Get Report

has bottomed


Ticker Sense wonders if we are in

the "but" rally


Video, video, video. That's all we hear about these days. PaidContest looks at

Roo Group's


latest 10-Q

. By the way, I now spend more time on YouTube than watching TV. I want to be an Internet VJ when I grow up.

And speaking of which, this is about

how many cups of coffee I drink per day


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Trade Like Warren Buffett

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