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The retrenching company sues its former CEO, escalating a battle that started in January.
Of the five sectors that seem set to outperform, three are tech-related.
Let the upside momentum play out before adding new shorts. Also, Alan adds to a few long positions.
The past is usually a pretty good guide. Plus, Amazon, Rambus, Verizon and more.
Lap of luxury; virus of the Caribbean; Liberate lets lose; remembering Jain; Hughes on the hook.
We need new regulations, not ruinous lawsuits, to protect investors and brokers.
Here are the factors that The Chartman takes into account when forming his opinion.
But more hurdles remain. Plus, charts of the Nasdaq 100, InfoSpace, WebMD and more.
Defense lawyers for the corporate world need to realize the playing field has changed.
Cramer looks at the prospects of seven once-mighty Nasdaq stocks that now trade under a dollar.
What do you call lots and lots of investment bankers in the unemployment line? A good start.
The security software company took in $37 million in barter deals during 2001.
Also, Network Associates bids for the rest of McAfee.com.
If you bought the basket of Net stocks JJC recommended last week, it's time to lock in some profits.
Despite positive earnings news, the stock may head lower in the near term.
The charts show those likely heading higher include Starbucks, J.P. Morgan Chase, Argosy Gaming and InfoSpace.
With options priced at pennies, insiders could profit nicely from selling at current levels.
Let's review the arguments for -- and against -- whether we've seen a tech bottom.
Investors have seen companies put on a good face, execs brag about gaining market share in a downturn and one bad comedian.
Shrugging off layoffs and a still-dropping Nikkei, futures follow the lead of European markets.
This week we saw plenty of body blows to the notion that the Web might be bottoming.
Returning CEO Naveen Jain asks for extra time to clarify 2001 estimates for the Internet infrastructure services firm.
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