The electoral process came and went, but it's always Election Day on Wall Street.
You've got baggage!
On Thursday, I will be writing about how I think that AOL can be saved, and you are more than welcome to send over some suggestions. If the service's latest ad campaign is genuine and the company does, in fact, listen to its users, how can I not solicit your ideas? Time Warner's stock has been essentially trading in the teens for the past 30 months, so it's obvious that something needs to be done to kickstart the company's shares.
China is proving to be more fortune than cookie
Hooters may be a hard act to follow, but Wal-Mart
And the next dot-com item up for bid on the auction block...
When a company hires an investment banker to explore "strategic options," that's on par with that special person in your life suggesting that maybe you should both start seeing other people. In other words, it's over. That's what we have with DoubleClick
The company was doing just fine until Yahoo!
Taser and its stunning ways
If you're the kind of Trekkie who likes to set your lasers on stun, then maybe Taser
This past week we ran a four-part interview with the taser gun specialist's co-founding president, who offered some insight as to why its product is working with police officers in some cities, as well as its prospects for the future. Whether you feel that the stock has sped past its fundamentals or that this is just the beginning, you may want to learn a little more about the company before making an investing decision.
See you next week!
Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz has no interest in telling you whom he voted for -- though he will gladly point out that he did vote. He does not own shares in any of the companies mentioned in this story.