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There have been a lot of news/rumors about
for $1.6 billion. Two excellent posts about this:
analyzes the traffic metrics of both sites and concludes Google Video is no match for YouTube
Charlene Li at Forrester gives her reasons
why Google would want to buy YouTube
And, as an aside, if you can't find something on Google,
On "Mad Money" Thursday, Cramer stated what he thinks
Modern Graham looks at
this week's list of the 15 stocks it believes are trading at the highest discount to intrinsic value
OK, if we all work together,
we can get this $1 million from Netflix
. I'm on the case.
is not happy about GM
This surprised me:
24/7 Wall Street is out with the worrisome reality that
CXO Advisory demonstrates
that serial entrepreneurs do better than first-time entrepreneurs
On Monday, start-up company
launches ZERO commission stock trading. 24-7 Wall Street
Traders Insights pays some visits
to Target, Old Navy and the Gap
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