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Gary Weiss, author of Wall Street Versus America, comments on the latest Overstock.com ( OSTK) conference call.
Paul Kedrosky on the summer of scrapped IPOs -- 17 and counting.
13D Tracker notes Farallon Capital raises its stake in Mills Corp. ( MLS). Mills has been caught up in scandals, but I believe there are legitimate assets making this stock cheap.
Great interview between John Battelle, author of The Search, and Bill Gross, who, among other things, first came up with the idea of auctioning off keywords for search advertising. Gross (not the Pimco Gross) is the founder of incubator company Idealab.
Top domain name sales of 2006. The price for Diamond.com is unbelievable.
Controlled Greed looks at a profile of Anthony Bolton, an investor with a 27-year track record of 20% a year.
Graphically insightful Ticker Sense has the lowdown on the battle for market-cap domination between Exxon Mobil ( XOM) and GE ( GE) over the past two years.
24/7 Wall Street asks: Can Microsoft ( MSFT) go below $20?
I'm fascinated at the launch of a newsletter that will only cover "social media deals." I'm not even sure what a social media deal is, but I'm looking forward to getting me some of those. I guess social media might have something to do with $1.86 billion in ad revenue.
VC Paul Allen (the lesser) links to his favorite history blogs.
Casino Capitalism looks at an optical value play.
SeekingAlpha looks at ClickSoftware ( CKSW).
TV really is merging with the computer.
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