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The 1997 Features Archive
May / June / July  / August / September / October / NovemberDecember1998

December

12/23/97: Best & Worst of 1997
Find out which stocks won big and which ones did not.

12/19/97: Japan Currency Crisis
Alex Schay on the woes that caused the fall.

12/18/97: 3Com Reports Earnings
The company reported $0.04 in line with management's December 2nd estimate.

12/08/97: The Motley Fool in Slate
All in the Jeans: Levi's takes the high road. Guess takes the low road. And they both end up losing market share.

12/04/97: November Retail Sales
How did your favorite stores do in November? Check out our November Retail Sales report and find out.

12/03/97: 3Com to Miss Q2

November

11/26/97: Thanks + Giving
Find out what we have to be thankful for. And get the latest on our Fool Charity Fund.

11/25/97: Fools on the Radio

11/25/97: Is This The End of Dell?

11/24/97: Dell Q3 1997 Earnings

11/21/97: Applied Materials Q4 Earnings

11/21/97: Slate: Lessons from Las Vegas
Are casinos a model for the new American economy?

11/12/97: Greenspan & The Fed
The Fool explains the man, his power, and his role in controlling the US economy through the Federal Reserve.

11/06/97: The Downside of Downsizing 
You can't pay the bills or track the trains if your workers are exhausted.

11/06/97: October Retail Sales

11/06/97: America Online Q1 '98 Earnings Special
AOL reported first quarter earnings for fiscal 1998 of $0.16 per share, topping estimates by $0.04 cents.

October

10/30/97: Economic Instability Hits Brazil
Economic instability is spreading and this time the victim is Brazil.

10/30/97: Lessons From a Correction
TMF Seymor learned 10 lessons. Pick the 11th and win some Fool stuff.

10/30/97: The Motley Fool in Slate
Monday the Market Went Mad.

10/28/97: Foolish Market Recap
When Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan speaks, people listen.

10/28/97: What Happened?
What are the underlying causes to the Southeast Asian Currency Crisis?

10/28/97: US Market Update
The major market indices surged to gain back ground from yesterday's lost.

10/27/97: Markets Close Early After Two Trading Halts
All major US markets closed early today as all major indices plummeted.

10/27/97: Fools in Newsprint!

10/24/97: A Lighter Dow
Dow Drops Another 130. What's a Fool to do when the Dow drops more than 300 points in two days?

10/23/97: Motley Fool in Slate
McDonald's is having a midlife crisis.

10/21/97: Ticker Treat!
Go trick or treating at the Fool. It's the best stop in the neighborhood.

10/17/97: Black Monday Revisited
The Fool remembers the biggest one day loss in investing history.

10/16/97: Iomega Q3 Earnings Special
Iomega reports record 3rd quarter as earnings rise 135% and revenue increases 39%: Now, valuing the stock.

10/15/97: The Fool in Slate
Analysts make stock prices and CEOs jump. Are they too powerful?

10/15/97: GTE Bids Cash for MCI
GTE confirms that it will join British Telecom and WorldCom in MCI bid.

10/13/97: Clinton Announcement Causes Saf-T-Lok Explosion
Shares shot up as much as 1,200% upon announcement of agreement for including safety devices with new handguns.

10/10/97: September Retail Sales

10/09/97: Slate: Money Meltdown
Could hackers or hurricanes destroy Wall Street? Not if we all believe they can't.

10/06/97: The Book on Cook
Is Wade Cook your ride to financial freedom?

10/02/97: Motley Fool in Slate
Why Sara Lee won't make cupcakes anymore.

September

09/25/97: The Fool in Slate
Culture Wars, Behind the Java hype is a struggle for computer-world hegemony.

09/23/97: 3Com Q1 Earnings
Jeff Fischer discusses 3Com in light of Tuesday's earnings.

09/18/97: The Fool in Slate
The Book on Cook - the best-selling guru of get-rich-quick peddles risk.

09/16/97: Kodak Disappoints, Again
Once again, Eastman Kodak promises a lot, but delivers very little.

09/11/97: August Retail Sales

09/11/97: The Fool in Slate
Why movie studios are a lousy investment.

09/08/97: CompuServe Divvied Up
The rumormongering ends as AOL and WorldCom divvy up CompuServe.

August

08/28/97: An Internet "Bounty"?
Like a character out of Kafka, a man stands accused of a largely unspecified crime he says he didn't commit.

08/28/97: The Fool in Slate
Strikes, Lies, and Videotape.

08/20/97: PC Sales Update
PC Makers are Today's Good Newsmakers

08/19/97: Anniversary Collection -- The Winners
The ballots are in. Find out which two Fools are spending a day at
Fool HQ.

08/14/97: The Fool in Slate
Steven Jobs' Totalitarian Vision.

08/13/97: AMAT Announces 3Q

08/13/97: The New Roth IRA
Christmas in August and every month thereafter.

08/12/97: July Retail Sales Figures
Where were shoppers spending money in July? The retail sales figures are in.

08/07/97: AOL's Q4 Earnings
Fool Portfolio stock AOL beat earnings esstimates by two cents.

08/07/97: The Fool in Slate
Today's "consolidation" mergers make no better economic sense than yesterday's conglomerations.

08/07/97: Author Julie Bick on Microsoft
Auditorium Event on Microsoft with Author Julie Bick

08/05/97: The Motley Fool Birthday Contest
Win free stuff and a trip to Fool HQ! It's our birthday, after all!

08/05/97: Fools on Phones -- Newspaper Listing

July

07/31/97: Microsoft Contest
Free books for the winning.

07/31/97: The Fool in Slate
The Lockheed Redemption: in the defense industry, failure pays off big.

07/28/97: National Semiconductor Acquires Cyrix
Merger allows National Semiconductor to compete directly with Intel.

07/28/97: Budget Negotiators Agree on Capital Gains Tax Plan

07/24/97: The Motley Fool Announces a New Portfolio
The DRIP Portfolio begins on Monday. Get the scoop early.

07/23/97: Bay Networks 4th Quarter 1997 Results

07/23/97: 3M's Conference Call
An opinion by TMF Templr.

07/21/97: IPO Values or The Siren Call of Cash?

07/18/97: Foolish Special, Press Release -- The Motley Fool Expands to Traditional Media

07/16/97: Iomega Q2 Earnings Special

07/16/97: Consolidating Defense
Competition in the aerospace industry shrinks. Is this the last merger?

07/16/97: DOW 8000!
Is this a milestone as the DOW moves higher or a bear market looming?

07/15/97: Intel Q2
Intel reported earnings of $0.92 per share, beating the consensus estimate of $0.90. More detail and the conference call synopsis here.

07/14/97: Innovex Q3
Before the market opened Innovex announced record earnings of $0.72 per share, or $10.9 million, beating estimates of $0.70.

07/14/97: "Saving Apple" Contest Winners
Remember the Fool's "Saving Apple" contest? Here are the winners!

07/11/97: SLATE: You Name It
When corporate big shots should leave well enough alone.

When corporate big shots should leave well enough alone.

07/10/97: Cable Revives
Cable companies appear to have their houses in order, and investors are paying attention.

07/10/97: Apple Needs Your Help
What's your advice for the ailing CEO-less Apple?

07/09/97: Apple CEO Resigns
Gil Amelio steps down from the top spot, Steve Jobs to expand role.

07/02/97: Forging a Giant -- Will Boeing Be Blocked?
With FTC approval in hand, Boeing still has one hurdle left -- the EU.

June

06/30/97: Ambassador Young Evaluates Nike's Code
Former U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young tells Nike to just do it. Critics question the scope of Young's findings.

06/27/97: Should the Walls Come Down?
Proposed legislation takes a crucial step toward dismantling the walls between finance and commerce.

06/26/97: The 6 Month Market Review
The Best & Worst of the first six months of 1997.

06/24/97: 3Com reports record 4Q Revenues
Networking leader 3Com Corporation announced fourth quarter earnings of $0.48 per share, compared to $0.46 last year, same quarter

06/23/97: Compaq/Tandem Merger News
Houston-based Compaq will purchase Tandem for approximately $2.6 billion in stock, exchanging 0.21 shares of Compaq common stock for each share of Tandem.

06/19/97: C.A.N.S.L.I.M.
Musings on the investment philosophy of Investor's Business Daily founder William J. O'Neil.

06/18/97: Just Do It?
Read this Foolish collection of articles on Nike's business and stock

06/17/97: Oracle Fourth Quarter
Oracle earnings predictions filled, reporting $0.54 per share.

06/13/97: Will AT&T Re-Merge?
Ma Bell Tries to Get Back on Track

06/12/97: Polo Goes Public
Polo Ralph Lauren made quite a statement on its first day of trading.

06/06/97: Stocks for Dad
Pop's Day is around the corner, give the gift that keeps on giving.

06/05/97: Intel Ups CNET Stake
Intel Increases its stake in the content concern by 1.5% to 6%

06/05/97: Stocks to Short?
A spotlight on the Shorting Stocks folder from our message boards.

06/03/97: Cabletron Off Target
Pre-announcing poor earnings, this networking fell over 30%

06/03/97: Networkers Falter

May

05/30/97: MoneyHeavy Portfolio
Not for a Day, a Week, or a Year...Tom Gardner submits a second list of potentially-great investments.

05/30/97: Hamburger Struggles
Almost everyone, it seems, is convinced that McDonald's is badly in need of an overhaul.

05/29/97: David Gardner at Borders
Transcript of Tuesday night's online event.

05/29/97: A Big Premier, Now What?
How quickly will dentists adopt a $39,000 technology?

05/23/97: Republic's Master Plan
Auto Superstores the wave of the future?

05/21/97: Philip Morris - Right or Wrong?
The Fool examines the ethics of investing.

05/19/97: Persistent Trouble
How do the automakers' squabbles with the UAW affect financial performance?

05/16/97: Star Wars Redux
Rupert Murdoch's Deathstar shot down, what does it mean for investors?

05/14/97: Amazon.Com Debuts
Coverage of the eagerly anticipated public offering of this Internet bookseller.

05/14/97: The Two Swisher Internationals
Head in the clouds, money down the drain?

05/08/97: Stocks For Mom
We asked Fools to choose a stock for Mom. Here's what they said!

05/08/97: Keeping One Step Ahead
Intel's release of the Pentium II keeps it ahead on the computing curve.

05/07/97 - The FCC Reshapes the Telecom Industry
Is It a Win-Win Situation?

05/05/97 - Does the Strong Dollar Matter?
How does the strong dollar affect the earnings of American businesses?

05/05/97 - AOL Earnings Special For Q3
AOL dialed up a profit of $0.02, vs. estimates of an $0.08 loss.

April

04/30/97 - Tobacco On Trial
Pushing for a settlement?

04/25/97 - What Happened with the AOL/Compuserve Talks?
What Happened with the AOL/Compuserve Talks?

 

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