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Tweets of the Week, 11/24/08



November 24, 2008 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: GOOGL , MSFT , SIRI

Once again, Fools, I'm highlighting some of the notable posts from the past week of our Motley Fool Twitter feed. Follow the link and sign up for Twitter to get free bite-sized updates of the latest Fool news and insight every weekday.

Er, Southwest ($LUV)? You've, uh, got a bit of ATA carcass on your chin. Here, have a napkin. Scavenging a rival's routes:

To paraphrase Mr. Tony Montana, first Google ($GOOG) gets the logins. Then it gets the user data. Then it gets the money:

Surely, if Microsoft ($MSFT) keeps trying hard enough, eventually someone'll want to buy a Zune. Sweetened subscriptions:

Hey Congress, when in Rome, DON'T do as the Romans did: How the lessons of ancient history apply to our financial crisis.

This is a $0.23-a-share Sirius XM ($SIRI), punk. So the question you gotta ask yourself is: Do I feel lucky? Well? Do you?

Dear Somali Pirates: Stealing $100 million in oil? From the Saudis? Guys, that really may not have been the best idea...

Companies can get rich off state and local tax breaks -- but if they can't keep their end of the deal, the claws come out:



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