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American Express Exits the Money Management Business

Feb 04, 2005

Kenneth Chenault, the
savvy CEO of American Express (SYM: AXP), announced that he was
selling off its money management business.

Apparently he’s a regular reader of the Tycoon Report.

–By Dylan Jovine

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Why the Markets Yawned at GE Earnings

Jan 28, 2005

On the day Dow bellweather General
Electric (SYM: GE) announced an impressive 18% rise in earnings
Wall Street yawned, sending the stock down .24 cents.

Why Wall Street was less than impressed.

— By Dylan Jovine

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Why deficits May Finally be Wearing Thin at the Fed.

Jan 28, 2005

After compliying with
President Bush’s generous “guns and butter” fiscal policy during
the administrations first term, the Fed finally seems to have
started growing a spine again.

Why deficits may finally be wearing thin at the Fed.

–By Dylan Jovine

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Krispy Kreme Finally Goes on a Diet

Jan 21, 2005

It seems that the board of
Krispy Kreme finally got hip to the low-carb fad and
decided to go on a company diet.

Why getting rid of CEO Scott Livengood was a good start.

— By Dylan Jovine

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Should Investors Buy Apple?

Jan 14, 2005

Loyal customers of Apple Computer
(SYM: AAPL) are thrilled that the company is launching
a sub-$500 computer.

Why shareholders should curb their enthusiasm.

— By Dylan Jovine

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Why Comcast Has the Baby Bells Shaking in their Pants

Jan 14, 2005

Shareholders of Comcast
Corp., (SYM: CMCSK) applauded this week when the cable company
announced plans to offer customers telephone service.

Why the move has the Baby Bells shaking in their pants.

–By Dylan Jovine

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Corporate America Watch Out – Theres a New Sheriff in Town

Jan 07, 2005

10 Ex-Directors from Worldcom have
agreed to pay $18 million of their own money to settle a class
action lawsuit by disgruntled investors.

Why the investors themselves should now be on the hot seat.

— By Dylan Jovine

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Unbridled optimism in U.S. stocks seemed to follow us into the New Year.

Jan 07, 2005

Unbridled optimism in U.S.
stocks seemed to follow us into the New Year.

Why underlying fundamentals should have you thinking twice.

–By Dylan Jovine

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Shareholders of both Merck and Pfizer have much bigger problems than just selling bad drugs.

Dec 24, 2004

Shareholders of both Merck and Pfizer
have much bigger problems than just selling bad drugs.

And as always, all of the problems start at the top.

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Is it time yet for investors to make it a Blockbuster night?

Dec 17, 2004

As part of it’s stategic overhaul,
Blockbuster Video (SYM: BBI) has finally decided to eliminate the
late fees it’s been charging it’s customers.

Is it time yet for investors to make it a Blockbuster night?

— By Dylan Jovine

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