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8/2/99
Are Amazon.com's Customers Buying Less?
As Barron's tosses another bomb at the e-tailer, Fools are busy dissecting the bearish examination of Amazon's revenue growth prospects.

8/2/99
UPS -- A Company Everyone Can Understand.
Fools are browsing through the financials in an attempt to reach an estimated valuation for United Parcel Service once it goes public.

8/2/99
In Defense of Wal-Mart
Consider small towns where Wal-Mart is not located. Are their Mom & Pop stores still the same as in the 1950s? No. Only difference is that Wal-Mart doesn't get the blame for once.

8/2/99
AOL's Messaging War with Microsoft
There's no way I can justify the way MSFT approached this... and if you buy it and the press buys it and the world buys it, then we're giving MSFT a lot of control over the rules of any game they want to play!

8/2/99
Kicking the Tires at Starbucks
A Fool takes the Peter Lynch approach to researching his investments and visits a local Starbucks to talk with employees. What he discovers clinches his decision.

8/2/99
At Home in San Francisco
Fools are picking apart the New York Times Op-Ed piece in which a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors laments the "traveling carnival" of open access lobbying as an unfair burden on local municipalities.

8/2/99
8,000 Ways to Restructure Compaq
"Blessed are the crisis managers, for they will lead the golden turnaround." Fools continue to examine Compaq's quest to reverse its adversity.

8/2/99
How DoubleClick Is Different <