Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.


Great analysis of FARO Technologies ( FARO) by 10Q Detective.


All of the fast-food and casual dining companies have activist and buyout funds circling around them. 24/7 Wall Street notes the buyout of Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon ( STAR) and asks who'snext.


Insightful post of the day: A Dash of Insight pokes fun at all the people who compare the present to 1987, or any other year.


Crossing Wall Street looks at the market's price-to-earnings ratios, now that the S&P 500 has hit 1300 again.


Dealbreaker takes a look at TheWorld's Worst Resume.


Pirate raisesits stake in Pep Boys ( PBY).


Ticker Sense lists the S&P 500 stocks with recent winning streaks.


Modern Graham gives his 15 stocks with low P/E ratios.


Why has the market been going up? Investor Geeks writesabout the pension reform bill.


I wish they did thiswhen I was a student.


When I first moved to New York City, a cabdriver told me that car washeswere the best business to be in. Apparently, Silicon Valley VCs agree.


I really could've used this when Iwas a kid, orthis, or even this.


List of all theFortune 500 companies that have blogs.


Unfortunately, nothing like this everhappened in my college.

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