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December 2009

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Retail in 2009...

December 29, 2009 – Comments (2)

I did a little rundown of what I thought were interesting stories from the retail sector in 2009 for Fool.com today. Personally, I thought it was annus horribilis for retail. At any rate, I might have forgotten some of the good/interesting retail stories from 2009 worth noting, remembering, or learning from, so I'd like to hear any that I forgot.   [more]

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Quick Takes

December 08, 2009 – Comments (8) | RELATED TICKERS: AIG , BGPIQ.DL , SNE

All right, a handful of AIG execs threatened to walk due to compensation, which led me to write Asinine Audacity at AIG. In later news, it sounds like the Pay Czar probably will cave on this. Hmmph.  [more]

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Shame on the Keynesians...

December 07, 2009 – Comments (6)

I decided to take the Keynesian minseton a Walk of Shame today. I'm pretty sure some of my Foolish friends here in CAPS would have made an even stronger argument though. I just know I'm not a big fan of government intervention into our economy (much less pointless hole digging, ha).  [more]

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Gun-Toting Financial Execs? Gun-Shy Consumers?

December 03, 2009 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: GS

Quick article for Fool.com: Rumor has it that senior Goldman Sachs executives are packing heat. I joked about sticking themselves up in the piece, but then later remembered my article from last November, I Think We Just Got Mugged; actually I guess they don't really need to, eh? (Which I guess brings us right back to the idea that the public sentiment might lean towards rage and the resulting paranoia.)  [more]

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Short But Sweet...

December 02, 2009 – Comments (4)

I've written a few quick articles for Fool.com in the last couple days. Some of you may have noticed I'm not exactly known for my brevity (I can't even imagine the whole Twitter word limit thing...). However, sometimes short and sweet is great, especially to spark conversation amongst Fools, and a couple of these seemed like interesting topics folks might want to talk about.   [more]

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