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Hilary Kramer is going out on a limb by saying Global-Tech Appliances ( GAI) is a double.


Information Abitrage explains why Procter & Gamble ( PG) is now a Web 2.0 company.


One picture says it all: no book review necessary.


The stock market taste test: Coke ( KO) vs. Pepsi ( PEP)


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Ticker Sense previews what all the decision markets are saying about the elections.


Special Situations is keeping an eye on Altria's ( MO) spinoff of Kraft ( KFT).


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Jeff Matthews is not making this up when he says Microsoft ( MSFT) might not be a real Internet company.


Yesterday I showed Yale's top holdings. It's interesting to compare that with Harvard's top holdings.


Jealous post of the day: Google ( GOOG) buys JotSpot, and I still can't figure out what it does.
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