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

How serious is the lower paid clicks issue for Google ( GOOG)? Should you and I worry?


Why does Bank of America think eBay ( EBAY) is such a strong buy here?


There are much better ways to invest in Ford ( F) than buying F. Stockerblog shows us the way.


You think you're in trouble? No problem: Buy your girlfriend this diamond-studded thong for $1 million or so.


Before you click here, guess which Dow stocks are up and down the most on the year.


This was quite possibly the first bathroom in America -- 14,000 years ago.


Imclone ( IMCL), Juniper Networks ( JNPR) and more make the System Trades of the Day list.


Here are the top 10 mutual funds for a recession and other hot topics in this week's Barron's.


This is a nice survey of the latest dividend aristocrats, the stocks that have increased dividends for 25 years in a row or more.


Could Craigslist really be worth over $5 billion? If it's true, then I'm super jealous.


Freakonomics turns its excellent analytical skills to this critical question: Do hamburgers cause crime? Incidentally, an ex- TheStreet.com employee just became editor over at freakonomics.com.


Neatorama has the low-down: Marital bliss lasts for four years. Don't fight a universal law.


Paul Graham is my absolute favorite blogger. He's a genius. In his latest post, he discusses his top heroes and what makes a hero.


The microcap speculator gives the lowdown on public porn company, New Frontier Media ( NOOF).


Here's a nice summary from Paid Content on the latest ins and outs of the Yahoo ( YHOO)- Microsoft ( MSFT) deal.


Sramana Mitra thinks now's the time to buy WebMD ( WBMD).
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