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Find out about the top Beat the Street stocks and the next Goldman Sachs and Net gains.
James Altucher explains how to invest like Steve Jobs, and Scott Moritz looks at the latest salvo between Qualcomm and Nokia.
New Century chastened; Sirius paper cut; Jackson Hewitt's haircut; Fremont flummoxed; Nokia nonsense.
The best CEO of 2006 gets overlooked. Plus, a pitch-perfect note on subprime.
It seeks to sell more assets tied to the bankrupt subprime lender.
Also, Cody Willard on Apple-EMI and the battle for DoubleClick. Plus, Richard Hoey says housing won't bring down the economy.
New Century Financial drops further on a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
James Altucher suggests some Dow laggards, and Jim Jubak looks at innovators for your portfolio.
Merrill Lynch trades lower along with other financial-sector stocks.
The France-based bank will get rid of $800 million in mortgage loans tied to the lender.
The subprime mortgage business can be profitable -- when you get out at the right time.
Rigor's a burden, but it's also more correct than the 'mortgage meltdown' cries.