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Company to Hold Conference Call at 11:00 AM ET on August 5, 2010
In this multimedia series, TheStreet explores the costs that piracy poses to the merchant shipping industry -- and details the impact that Somalia's rogue business is having on the global economy.
The rise of Somali piracy harasses one of the world's busiest shipping routes; it's global trade against the skiffs.
DryShips will likely report the most impressive third-quarter results, according to readers of TheStreet.
Dry-bulk shipping stocks decline sharply for the second day in a row.
Several small-cap stocks were poised to move on above-average volume during Friday's session.
FreeSeas announces spot charters for 6 of its 8 Handysize vessels
Which tiny dry-bulk shipper has the potential to grow the most? The consensus of TheStreet.com's readers is OceanFreight.
Which dry-bulk shipping stock carries the most risk for investors? According to a recent poll by TheStreet.com, it's DryShips.
DryShips shares spike Friday as bullish traders buy up call options on the stock -- but other shippers are mixed.
FreeSeas takes delivery of 10th vessel, announces new charters
Dry Bulk shares slip Monday after shipping rates weaken late last weak.
FreeSeas posts mediocre quarterly results, but says its prospects are way better than other dry bulk shippers.
Avoiding bad risk can allow investors to outperform the market in the long run.
FreeSeas shares jump after better-than-expected results and a positive outlook on strengthening demand.
U.K. ISP plans to build e-commerce and advertising revenue, but has to contend with AOL, NTL and Yahoo!.
Lockup expirations and indices changes could further hurt European Internet stocks.
Also, the German exchange ponders the London-Frankfurt iX merger.
Vodafone, British Telecom return to FTSE favor while MobilCom-Debitel news moves the Dax.
The British Internet company doesn't expect a takeover in the near future.
Merger and acquisition rumors cite T-Online or France Telecom as possible bidders for the U.K.'s largest ISP.
ISP won't pay through the nose for a greater European presence, but competition might force its hand.
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