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Will Social Security Reform Float Wall Street's Boat?
Gore and Bush have both come out for private retirement accounts. But don't count on the plans to move stocks.
Stocks to Watch Wednesday: Handspring IPO Priced; Oracle, Alliance Capital
With Nasdaq Climbing Again, Small Investors Coming Back, but Slowly
The stock craze of '99 isn't likely to be repeated.
Nasdaq 4000's Return Heralds More Tech Gains -- If Conditions Improve
Technical analysts like what they've seen in the recovery since May, but breadth and volume remain poor.
Chinadotcom: On the Right Path but Moving Slowly
The China market will grow very slowly, but the cash-rich firm might have enough dough to wait it out.
The Secret Is out: Janus Strategic Value's Holdings Revealed!
The fund's biggest sector bets include diversified manufacturers and oil companies.
The Night Watch: Oracle Suffers on Disappointing Revenue Report
Microsoft edges lower as its case heads to the Supreme Court. Verity soars on its results.
Commerce One Drops on Confirmation of AppNet Buy
The companies already reported, then retracted, the purchase Monday.
News Corp. Satellite Branches to Become One Unit
Rupert Murdoch's media empire will sell a unit stake to the public by the end of the year.
Oracle Earnings Top Estimates
The software giant posts net income of 31 cents a share, up from a year-earlier 18 cents.
Providian Showing Signs Consumer Settlements Will Hurt Earnings
The credit-card issuer settles a case centering on its treatment of cardholders.
Intel to Take $200 Million 2Q Charge
The charge will cover the cost of replacing defective motherboard chips.
Update: Judge Sends Microsoft Appeal to Supreme Court
The judge delays business restrictions pending the appeal.
Nasdaq Hangs in There, Finishes Above 4000 for First Time Since April
USA Networks May Prove Vital to Vivendi Universal
The new company will rely on USA Networks as the main U.S. distribution arm.
Alliance Capital to Buy Sanford C. Bernstein for $3.5 Billion
The combined company will have $475 billion under management.
Options Order-Flow Payments Picking Up
As market-share battle continues, floor firms ante up for orders.
Corporate Love and Marriage, the European Way
Need for consolidation drives corporate mergers in Europe, but the quality of these unions varies.
Spinoffs Create Tax Headache for HOLDRs Investors
Grab some aspirin and we'll walk you through the calculations you need to know.
Industry Group Nixes OpenFund's Push for More Frequent Disclosure
The maverick fund vows to take its campaign to individual investors for support.
U.S. Preparing to Block WorldCom-Sprint Deal
Sources say the government is preparing an antitrust case.
Time Warner, AOL Will Play to European Union Investigators
The EU gets into the merger probe act, but one analyst doesn't envision major obstacles to the union.
(Options) Deal, Interrupted
Options market speculation on Qwest and Unisys takes a day off.
Markets Keep Perspective on Earnings Preannouncements
But one observer is labeling Monday's stock market rise a 'sucker's rally.'
Accelerated Networks and Handspring Lead the IPO Pack
Beware the laggards that have been dragging around for the past few weeks.
A Hand for the Winning Analysts
The trader applauds Morgan Stanley's research, and tells you how to use TSC's survey.
Herb's Hotline: More Cyber-silliness
Also, more on Optical, Salton, ArthroCare and TheStreet.com's new site.
Blodgeting Again: Star Merrill Analyst Has Market-Tested Strategy for Dot-Com Investing
Few consumer Net stocks will survive; the winners will need cash, a solid position and smart management.
How Not to Merge
The AppNet-Commerce One mess is an object lesson irresponsible dealmaking.
No Mouth Monday
Check this space tomorrow.