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The Five Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week

Planes, trains and personal banking; see CMGI now; cultural differences; fired or iced?

Net Outflows: What's Going to Happen to All Those Internet Funds?

The other shoe may be dropping; one fund has closed up shop.

Market Update: Dow Ends Up Over 200 Points; Nasdaq Drops Over 80

  • International Paper, Alcoa, DuPont lead blue-chips.
  • Terra Networks jumps.
  • Amazon weighs on Comp.
  • Today's Market: Yankees Fans and Dow Have Something to Cheer About

  • Amgen weighs down biotech stocks.
  • Cisco drags on Nasdaq.
  • Primedia sinks after deal.
  • Today's Market: Dow Pops as Nasdaq Sags

  • Lehman Brothers slashes Cisco's price target.
  • Personal income jumps in September.
  • Breaking News

    Robinhood Stock Surges, Then Halted, Amid Reports of FTX Takeover Interest

    Sam Bankman-Fried's FTX is looking for a path to buy online brokerage group Robinhood, Bloomberg reported Monday.

    General Electric Stock Gains As CEO Larry Culp Takes Over Aviation Division

    "There is tremendous opportunity in aviation over the coming years, and the Board and I decided it is the right time for me to take on this expanded role," said GE CEO Larry Culp.

    Feds Could Stop Trump SPAC Deal

    An investigation by a federal grand jury could halt the proposed SPAC deal with Trump's social media company.

    McDonald's Brings Back a Classic Menu Item (with a Catch)

    You never know what the fast-food chain might bring back or create a new version of.