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- Google's Eric Schmidt Joins Apple's Board: Bad News for Microsoft?
- iPod Wars: Microsoft and Toshiba Team Up Against Apple
- Amazon's New Hosting Service: Technology Diworsification
- Xbox 360 Cannibalizing XBox More Than Sony and Nintendo Game Sales
- Sony's "New" Transparent LCD Design: An Apple Ripoff?
- Sony's PS3 Ahead of Pace Set by Microsoft Last Year
- Stunted Marketing in Video Games: Nintendo the Only Ones Getting it Right
- The News on Apple Points to Strong Future Growth
- VMWare Trumps Microsoft for Mac OSX Virtualization
- Apple's Options Scandal: A Marketer's Perspective
- Apple's Developer's Conference: Keep Your Expectations Low
- Google, Yahoo Testing Cable-TV Model Online -- Where Will it Lead?
- Apple vs. Dell: Like Comparing Fresh Apples and Rotten Oranges
- Microsoft's Current Situation: Like IBM in the '80s
- Coming Zune: Is Microsoft's Soon-to-be-Released xPod Already a Bust?
- The Gaming Wars: Sony's PlayStation 3 in Prime Position
- Apple's Quarterly Earnings Exceed All Expectations
- Earnings Preview: Apple Computer
- Dell to Eliminate Most of its Rebates (DELL)
- Why is Disney's 'Pirates of the Caribbean' a Hit in a Long Tail Economy? (DIS)
The Bush Admin's Fuzzy Math: Faking Big Bang Growth with GDP Statistics
Jul. 9, 2006 • 4 Comments
- Microsoft's iPod Rip Off is the World's Worst Kept Secret (MSFT)
- Intel Throws its XScale Baby Out With the Bath Water (AMD, INTC)
- Apple's Secret Marketing Strategy Gets Them More Bang for their Buck (AAPL)
- Move Over Google: Jellyfish.com Reinvents Internet Ads for the Attention Economy (GOOG)
- Google's New CPA Ads: Killer Marketing Tool
- If Microsoft's New Online Music Store Fails, They'll Have Only Themselves to Blame (MSFT)
- New Flat Panel TVs Should Lower Older Inventory Prices (MC, SHCAY)
- Sony to Launch Blue-ray Marketing Blitz this Week (SNE, TOSBF)
- Netflix's Secret Weapon: The Long Tail of Movies (NFLX)
- Vonage's Surprise: Investors Are Much Smarter in Internet Boom 2.0 (VG)
Nature Magazine: Easily Pronounced Stocks Perform Better
Jun. 2, 2006 • Comment!