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

Modern Graham picks newspaper company McClatchy ( MNI - Get Report) as the company of the week.

Activist fund Harbert loads up on Gateway

Gannon on Investing breaks down the homebuilders.

GigaOm wonders if Steve Jobs should buy YouTube. Quite honestly, such a deal would destroy my life. Imagine a wireless iPod where you can watch YouTube clips all day long.

Blogging Stocks takes a look at more stocks that are ripe for a takeover.

Controlled Greed notes some big insider buying on paging stock USA Mobility ( USMO).

Sorry, Google ( GOOG - Get Report). Go Yahoo! ( YHOO).

Hitwise takes a statistical look at what drives traffic to a blog by looking at three case studies.

24/7 Wall Street analyzes Iconix's ( ICON - Get Report) purchase of the London Fog brand.

Modern Graham asks if Ben Graham would like the recent Graham-style picks of Bloomberg columnist John Dorfman.

Wisdom Tree has been creating a lot of buzz lately with its high-profile hires and investors. Abnormal Returns looks at personality vs. performance.

If investing doesn't work out, I can always try this.

Mark Cuban looks at some of the sticks and stones that have been thrown his way.

The Internet according to Dave Chappelle.

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