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The Casual Analyst has a spot-on analysis of chinese software company Ninetowns Digital ( NINE).
What Time Warner ( TWX) needs, via 24/7 Wall Street.
Ticker Sense breaks down what really happens on upside volume days.
I never knew uber-investor David Dreman had his own closed-end fund.
Microsoft ( MSFT) and Ben Graham don't often go hand in hand. But, courtesy of Modern Graham, now they do.
I love seeing the stats for the different Web sites. Since Google ( GOOG) took the link to Froogle off its front page and replaced it with "Video," everyone has been curious what the new stats would be. Now Hitwise compares Google Video, YouTube and MySpace. Also, paidContent has the top 10 video-sharing websites.
And speaking of stats, comScore releases the stats on the top 50 video sites. What always amazes me is the great untold story of United Online's ( UNTD) Classmates.com hitting No. 19, way ahead of runner-up social network Facebook.com, which supposedly just turned down an offer for $750 million.
Special Situations takes a look at Cendant ( CD) and Take Two ( TTWO)
Wow! Thanks to Huffington Post for informing me that Cracked is back.
I don't agree with it completely, but the Guardian lists its view of the top Web sites of all time.
Stock Market Beat has some concerns about Dell ( DELL).
I'm going to try this at all my favorite restaurants. But maybe it would help if I worked on this or this.
The Enterprise vs. The Death Star.