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4/22/99
Is Borders' Departing CEO A Victim of the Internet?
Following the resignation of its CEO, Borders' investors wonder what's next for the book retailer and consider the company's reluctance to get with the 'Net.

4/22/99
RealNetworks Buyout Speculation
"They will be bought out eventually. The question is: By whom?" After partnering with IBM and acquiring MP3 developer Xing, the streaming media leader remains near the top of everyone's "most eligible" list.

4/22/99
Maybe I'm Missing Something: How Do YOU Value Growth?
"I'd like to hear a detailed rationale from those who think AOL is a great long-term investment at its current price."

4/22/99
Unwinding Distortions, Rethinking Compaq
In the wake of Compaq's surprise 50% earnings shortfall and the sacking of its CEO and CFO, Compaq shareholders, feeling burned, wonder just how well they really knew the company.

4/22/99
Comparing the Brokers -- As Investments
So now that the quarterly reports are in, how do they compare? Ameritrade. E*Trade. National Discount Brokers. Charles Schwab.

4/22/99
Network Solutions: WhatsInAName.com?
Network Solutions has to adjust to the loss of its government-granted monopoly status. How will it handle competition? Will businesses want to leave something as import