I have been on MS Money for a while now, and I know it's going to go the way of the dodo. Also, it sucks, in many, many ways. About 2x per week I have to revert to a backup because, for some reason, it downloads hundreds of duplicate records and messes up my entire file. [more]
Fortune: Your Senior Writer, Colin Barr, should learn to read a filing or two before he screens for examples of "CEOs Selling Like There's No Tomorrow." [more]
General Motors is hoping to jump-start its revival by guaranteeing car buyers that if they don't like their new Chevrolet, GMAC, Buick or Cadillac, they have 60 days to bring it back for a full refund. [more]
Interesting new news here. [more]
Even when it's horribly written conspiracy. That's the lesson of Dan Brown, writer of probably the worst novels I've ever read. And DC will now have to cope with his awful "symbologist" fiction.
The award goes to Goldman Sach's Michelle Tan, who yesterday asked Under Armour execs the following: And then finally, wrapping up on capital allocation, how do you think about spend going forward? Do you see accelerated dollars?
I've just started looking at sector returns broken out by market cap, and I'm finding some interesting divergences.
Wish I could post tables in here to show the differences between large and smallcap sector returns.
Wrote a bit about it here. Digging more.
Sorry, whiny naked short conspiracy theorists. Your allegations have never been documented. Though you get points for screaming loudly. [more]
Except, of course, when it helps them get a new car or a house. Then, it's just fine. Even if it comes to $43k per extra home sold, or $7k per extra car.