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AOL: You've Got Trademark Problems!
A court rules that such phrases as "you have mail," "buddy list," and "IM" can't be claimed by America Online as trademarks. Check out the community's reaction.

What Value Does Red Hat Possess?
Does Red Hat's position as steward of the Linux Operating System give it real commercial potential? Or does "open source" mean the company is giving away its product for free?

Amazon: Fantasy vs. Reality
Is there any way at all to justify Amazon's valuation with even the most generous interpretation of its potential? As usual, the answer depends on who you ask.

Buying Your Car Online
TMF2Aruba vows to buy his next car online. What do the Fools on the Living Below Your Means board think of this idea?

Home Depot: Ewww, Gross!
Rats in the aisles? Surly staff? Scattered inventory? Home Depot shareholders continue to evaluate reports of poor conditions in many of the company's stores.

The Relevance of ROIC for Rule Makers
A company makes money. Good, right? But how much money is it making relative to the capital invested to earn it? And what does that mean for Rule Maker investors?

Credit Card Encouragement
A Fool deep in debt seeks a boost from the community on the Credit Card board. Come rally for the cause!

Lucent Finance?
Companies like General Electric, Ford, and General Motors all have lucrative financial services operations. So why not Lucent, too?

Joining the Monkey Wrench Gang
A new Fool wants to learn more, and folks on the Mechanical Investing board point him in the right direction.

The Gap: A Steal?
One contributor argues that The Gap, Inc., with a P/E of 39, is substantially undervalued. Is he right or wrong?

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