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Dealbreaker points out the yacht that venture capital built.
The Internet Stock Blog looks at all of Yahoo's! ( YHOO) business models and then throws up the comparables and makes the recommendation that I agree with. Meanwhile, TechCrunch looks at the new Yahoo! home page.
247WallSt notices the NYMEX IPO filing.
10Q Detective analyzes nanotech biotech cancer-fighting stock Abraxis ( ABBI)).
How many YouTubes do we need? There's YouTube, MetaCafe, Break, Lulu.tv and now GigaOM reports that blip.tv just raised a VC round. I wonder, though, if it's like the restaurant business. In other words, just because at some point there were 15 restaurants in the world didn't stop people from making another million restaurants.
Tim Oren's Due Diligence asks the question, can eBay ( EBAY) turn into an investment bank? And Mine That Data asks, is eBay now a mature business?
Everything has gone wrong for India in the past few months: Market crashing, terrorism, etc. Value Stock Plus though, argues that now is the time to dive in, and it gives the reasons.
The Skeptical Speculation looks at the bright side.
If you can't afford an NBA basketball team you still might be able to buy a minor league basketball team.
Sirius ( SIRI) catching up to XM ( XMSR)).
With a huge influx of new ETFs hitting the market, Experiments in Finance guides the investor on four things to look for before investing in an ETF.
Please. Please make my childhood dream come true. Or this one.
The Life of a sales guy at a hedge fund.
This is like a horror movie. Oh yeah, and I was jealous.