January 16, 2001
Yahoo!'s Year Ahead Starbucks in Europe Transportation at Walt Disney World Why Pfizer Isn't the Prescription for Me Why Microsoft Got in Trouble What Celera Will Become Cringely vs. Jobs Saving for the Day After Tomorrow A Gathering of Writers Ask the Headhunter!
"Listening in on the conference call, the one thing that Yahoo! repeatedly stressed was that the downturn that will come in 2001 will be a short-term phenomena, and that they expect to come out of the downturn with increased market share. However, everyone seems to be jumping ship now...."
The coffee franchise is poised to expand its operations into Europe -- but is the competition there already too entrenched?
What's the best long-term solution for visitor transportation at the Happiest Place on Earth? Should the expensive monorail system be expanded, or are buses enough?
With no new Pfizer products expected for at least six months, one investor decides that the company is not the cure for what ails him.
Was it arrogance that brought the wrath of the Department of Justice down on Bill Gates? At least one Fool thinks so.
What kind of company will Celera become? Is it a database? A drug developer? Something more? Does anybody know? And does it matter for now?
PBS computer expert Robert Cringely has some harsh words to say about pricing policies at Apple Computer. Is Steve Jobs being unfair to his best customers?
If you are afraid to put money away for your future because you're afraid you might need it now, here's a story you might want to hear.
The Fool's Speaker's Corner is now the home of a new writer's colony -- the Aspiring Writers discussion board. Is your muse prompting you to post here?
Looking for Foolish job-hunting advice? This is the place to find it!
Yahoo!'s Year Ahead
Starbucks in Europe
Transportation at Walt Disney World
Why Pfizer Isn't the Prescription for Me
Why Microsoft Got in Trouble
What Celera Will Become
Cringely vs. Jobs
Saving for the Day After Tomorrow
A Gathering of Writers
Ask the Headhunter!