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

at

Sears

(SHLD)

.

Is

Under Armour

(UARM)

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

of

Gold Kist

(GKIS)

.

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

of

Wendy's

(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

(RGRP)

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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and

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