Mark Mahorney

Mark Mahorney

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Recent articles

There's Hope Yet for Iomega

Iomega could make a comeback, thanks to the rapidly growing market for its products.


Genealogy of an Internet Company

Shopping.com is soon to be added to the short list of companies that have gone public twice.


Boeing Finance Sale Bodes Well

Boeing's refocus on commercial aircraft lending indicates future sales expectations.


Stay Away From Computer Associates

Computer Associates is still far from moving on.


Gander Mountain Gets Goosed

This outfitter got its tail feathers ruffled, undeservedly.

Bargain Books-A-Million

This bigger-than-it-looks bookseller is still a bargain.


Boots & Coots: Oil Price Benefit?

With oil more than $40 a barrel, this company could be a good investment.


Computer Sciences Computes

Everything adds up for the No. 3 IT services company.


No Place Like Home

In investing overseas, it's easy to confuse lack of information with lack of risk.


Pep Boys Drives On

The retailer continues its remodeling efforts.

A Monkey on Symbol Technologies' Back

Can dysfunctional companies clean up their act once and for all?


Picasso to Propel Sotheby's

The record-setting sale of Picasso's "Boy With A Pipe" could coax other rarities out into the market.


Hot Economy Would Help Homestore

A strong economy could spur enough job-hopping to offset higher mortgage rates.


WebMD Not a Sure Winner

The company improved slightly during the first quarter, and it looks to be more of the same ahead.


Roxio's Rhythm

For now Roxio's a leader in the music downloading market, but can it stay there?

Can Conseco Recover?

This insurance company has a lot to overcome.


Spectacular Speedway Motorsports

Consumer demand for motorsports isn't slowing, and isn't likely to anytime soon.


Open Text Potential Open-Ended

Content Management Systems companies could see big growth ahead.


Bankrate Takes a Beating

The banking information portal profits, but concerns over interest hikes hold back the stock.


Good Companies Going Private

Amidst solid sales, Edelbrock makes plans to privatize.