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


If anyone has eaten here, please tell me what it was like. And, on-topic, I actually love Chuck E. Cheese.


ThinkEquity still thinks Google ( GOOG) is a buy, and tells why. And here is Think's top growth picks for the new stealth bull market.


24/7 Wall Street has some better ideas on what Yahoo! ( YHOO) can do with the $3 billion it wants to use to buy back shares.


Bloggingstocks brings you all the potential delistings, including Apple ( AAPL).


Is Baidu ( BIDU) the YouTube of China?


Wow. Incredible post by Nora Ephron on how easy it is to lose $139 million.


I'm beginning to have real feelings for Hilary Kramer, particularly after she says it's only the beginning for Tyco ( TYC).


Equity Investment Ideas believes Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ) is a great pick for a slowing economy.


Great post by Mashable on how to game YouTube so your video is No. 1. This calls into question YouTube's stats.


Modern Graham has First Data ( FDC) as its undervalued company of the week. For Modern Graham's list of enterprise, low P/E stocks, click here.


StockMarket Beat tells us the worst kept secret on Wall Street.


Super investor Bruce Kovner, featured in the first "Market Wizards," is going activist on InFocus ( INFS). And here are all of Kovner's top holdings.


Uh, a new approach to online financial news.
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