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4/27/99
3Dfx and Video Game Violence
An anti-video game backlash could bring a series of lawsuits against the industry. Is 3Dfx vulnerable?

4/27/99
eBay Collects a Nickel
eBay reported earnings of five cents per share in profits after Monday's trading. Fools mull over the results.

4/27/99
Amazon.com: $100 Billion in Revenue in Ten Years?
One Fool thinks Bezos & Company can do it. Do you?

4/27/99
No Immediate Gratification
Long-term Iomega shareholders have learned to be patient. Do the glories of this company's past suggest any hope for the future?

4/27/99
Hey, Linux! Put Up or Shut Up!
Linux is supposed to be the next Bill Killer. But one Fool throws down a challenge to the renegade operating system's fans on the Microsoft board: "When will Linux impact MSFT revenues?"

4/27/99
Nietzsche and the Internet Stocks
"While I'm still very much learning about the markets, common sense tells me that you cannot use the same metrics for every sector." A Fool invokes the German scholar to examine conventional attitudes toward the roaring 'Net sector.

4/27/99
From Dell Customer to DELL Shareholder
Long-term satisfaction with the product and the service convinced one contributor to buy the company. Add your own thoughts.

4/27/99
AOL: Just Haggling About the Price
Seems like it was just, oh, about three months ago that AOL last reported its earnings. Time sure flies when you're on hold.

4/27/99
Mining for Fool's Gold?
A reader charges that the Foolish Four's market-beating returns are nothing more than a statistical aberration -- with no more predictive value than butter production in Bangladesh. Read this lively thread for TMF Sandy's defense!

4/27/99
Index Funds in an IRA
Is an S&P Index Fund the best vehicle for a risk-averse investor? Fools on the Retirement Investing board discuss.

 

 

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