July 24, 2001
Krispy Kreme by the Numbers Motorola's Shift in Strategy Managing On Your Own After Lucent's Fall
cal8 takes a long, hard look at Krispy Kreme's financial data and concludes that, while the company may be overvalued, that doesn't necessarily make it a good short.
Suddenly, Motorola is offering to sell its mobile phone technology to its competitors -- but denizens of our Nokia discussion board are singularly unimpressed.
Reports that a Microsoft employee lost a fortune by turning his investments over to full-service brokers has the Retire Early Home Page board musing about the joys of managing your own money.
Followers of the fallen communications high-flyer are wondering when -- and if -- the stock will ever recover.
Krispy Kreme by the Numbers
Motorola's Shift in Strategy
Managing On Your Own
After Lucent's Fall