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

Jim Cramer answers questions about Goldman Sachs ( GS), Baidu ( BIDU) and more.


Barron's was bullish on Sears ( SHLD), but was it bullish enough?


Stockpickr's System Trades of the Day includes trades this morning on Intuitive Surgical ( ISRG) and more.


Well, it had to happen. The top Chinese companies are now the biggest companies in the world.


Silicon Alley Insider notes that News Corp. ( NWS) CEO Rupert Murdoch is out to destroy the competition.


When are Google ( GOOG) and Apple ( AAPL) finally going to do something together?


Friday's 366-point slide in the Dow was pretty bad, but how was it relative to other big drops?


Howard Lindzon, who goes for 52-week highs and strong trends, believes that Coinstar ( CSTR) is ready for prime time.


Yahoo! ( YHOO), Google, and Time Warner ( TWX) top the list of companies with the most Web site traffic.


UrgeToMerge is wondering whether RealNetworks ( RNWK) might make a great buy for Nokia ( NOK).


Pfizer ( PFE) seems to be the stock owned by the most investment gurus.


If you missed it, here's the Barron's Roundup, Stockpickr style.


Now that they have lie-flat seats I may have to start flying United ( UAUA) more often. And for more tastes of "the good life," check out the Good Life Blog Watch this morning.


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