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When DELL Chief Sells, Indians Get Restless
Michael Dell is selling some of his holdings in the company, causing some investors to go on the warpath. Voice your thoughts on whether or not investors should be reading smoke signals.
Will New Chair Mean Wheeling and Dealing for JNJ?
The inventor of a revolutionary new wheelchair has teamed up with JNJ to bring the product to market. Fools discuss what this new technology can mean to the company as well as to investors.
Is Mortgage Insurance Right For Me?
We just moved into a new home and have gotten a lot of mail from people trying to sell us mortgage insurance. Are there alternatives to typical mortgage insurance?
Getting Piece of Mind With Berkshire Hathaway
Believing that the market's reaction to BRK.A has been less than stellar over the last year, one Fool gives his recipe for holding his investment while still being able to sleep easy.
DELL: Going Nowhere Fast?
One Fool believes Dell is a great company but fears its current product line isn't enough to cut it anymore. Does DELL need to expand its offerings to stay on top?
AT&T and the Debates On Open Access
The debates over open access are in full swing on the Fool boards as well as in Congress. Fools believe it'll take lots of time and lots of money before the smoke clears.
Hey Starbucks -- Stick to Coffee!
One of the primary rules of marketing is don't dilute your brand. It is a mistake that retailers never seem to avoid, and they realize their mistake only after it is too late.
Will Iomega Clik With E-books?
Iomegans share their views on the possible deal with Japan to store e-books on Clik! disks. Could this be the shot in the arm that puts the Zip back in IOM?
At Home and the Hearings
At Home investors have a lot at stake on the outcome of the open access hearings, and many are not impressed with the knowledge level of the representatives. "My overall impression was of how poorly educated many of the committee members were of Internet network technologies."