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  1. Revisiting the Big Market Delusion

    [CENTER]Aswath Damodaran[FONT=georgia]

    In the [B]aftermath[/B] of every[B] correction[/B], there are many who look back at the bubble as an example of irrational exuberance. A few have gone further and argued that such episodes are bad for markets, and suggested fixes, some disclosure-related and some putting restrictions on investors and companies. In fact, in the aftermath of every bursting bubble, you hear talk of how more disclosure and regulations will prevent the next bubble. ...
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  2. la potenza nel marchio

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  3. Solar Impulse

    [url]http://www.internazionale.it/opinione/marco-morosini/2015/03/13/solar-impulse-giro-mondo[/url]

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    “100 per cento energia rinnovabile” – in cielo e in terra

    Solar Impulse è un’ardita iniziativa sperimentale. Ma le tecnologie per le nuove energie rinnovabili, in particolare quelle solari ed eoliche, sono da vent’anni un’affermata forza di mercato in rapida espansione. Mentre i costi per unità d’energia delle ...
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  4. i 6 di Zacks

    Six sectors – Transportation, Medical, Utilities, Construction, Technology, and Aerospace –are expected to have double-digit earnings growth in Q4, while five sectors are expected to have lower total earnings this quarter relative to the year-earlier period. The Energy sector has the weakest growth profile for understandable reasons, with total earnings for the sector expected to be down -21.7% on -14.2% lower revenues.

    The table below presents the summary picture for Q4 contrasted ...
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  5. How, and Why, Apple Overtook Microsoft

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    [url]http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/30/business/how-and-why-apple-overtook-microsoft.html[/url][/CENTER][/B]


    When Microsoft stock was at a record high in 1999, and its market capitalization was nearly $620 billion, the notion that Apple Computer would ever be bigger — let alone twice as big — was laughable. Apple was teetering on bankruptcy. And Microsoft’s operating system was so dominant in personal computers, then the center of the ...

    Updated 30-01-15 at 18:28 by eternauta

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