July 17, 2001
Reading Krispy Kreme Nokia's Margin of Safety Has Microsoft Put a Stop to Piracy? Science and Celera's Business Plan
You can get a lot out of a careful reading of a company's 10-Q. One Fool takes a long look at Krispy Kreme, and shares the results.
Nokia's sales growth came to a screeching halt this year. In hindsight, could investors have determined an adequate margin of safety to avoid that kind of whipsaw?
Has Microsoft finally overcome the piracy issue with its new Office XP? And will that mean a fatter top line for the software giant?
Fools on our Celera board are debating business plans: "In a company that is working to capitalize on a new science that it was instrumental in developing, there can be no clear direction, no firm business plan."
Reading Krispy Kreme
Nokia's Margin of Safety
Has Microsoft Put a Stop to Piracy?
Science and Celera's Business Plan