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Interesting analysis of which stocks benefit from a cleaner California.


Will Microsoft ( MSFT - Get Report) bring down YouTube?

TechCrunch wants to know.


Nice summary and analysis of value investor Joel Greenblatt's Magic Formula Investing System.


Mark Cuban gives a quick business lesson on the DVD business vs. the movie download business.


Not only are we in the final stretch of election 2006 but you can even start voting in election 2008.


Rising Dividend Investing asks if Procter & Gamble ( PG - Get Report) is fairly valued.


Jeff Matthews is on the skeptical side in the always unfolding Sears ( SHLD)/ K-mart story.


Mashable recounts the interesting story of lonelygirl15.


Investment Ideas points out some interesting insider buying and selling at WesternRefining ( WNR) and Limited Brands ( LTD).


13D Tracker notes that the vultures are swooping in around Autobytel ( ABTL).


Blackfriars doesn't think Amazon's ( AMZN - Get Report) video download service will affect Apple ( AAPL - Get Report).

I agree. My video iPod has essentially replaced reading for me.

If it can't work on the iPod, then I don't want it.


Although the arbs are surely onto this one, Phoenix Principle writes about the rights offering between McDonald's ( MCD - Get Report) and Chipotle ( CMG).


Blast from the past.

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