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Hackett Group: Warming Up or Cooling Off?

Together, we are all trying to build our fortune by finding well-run companies at bargain-basement prices. But it takes work -- scouring company earnings reports, scrutinizing key data, and assessing the competition.

Too Little, Too Late For Novell?

Novell (Nasdaq: NOVL) is launching Novell Pulse, an enterprise collaboration product built on Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) Wave, hoping to attract corporate customers with tighter control of who can touch your waves of discussion and information. Google's own business-class Wave won't be ready for another until later this year, so Novell might steal a march on the tool's original inventor in this space

4-Star Stocks Poised to Pop: Dr. Reddy's

Based on the aggregated intelligence of 150,000-plus investors participating in Motley Fool CAPS, the Fool's free investing community, Indian generic-drug maker Dr. Reddy's Laboratories (NYSE: RDY) has earned a respected four-star ranking.

Wall Street's Buy List

Actions speak louder than words, as the old saying goes.
So why does the media focus so much attention on what Wall
Street says about companies, instead of what it
doeswith them?

You Can't Have One Without the Other

In stark contrast to Clinton-era health reform, health insurance companies like UnitedHealth Group
(NYSE: UNH) don't seem opposed to President Obama's desire for change
in health care. They haven't brought back commercials featuring "Harry
and Louise" sitting around their kitchen table talking about what a
terrible idea this is.

Five Ways to Cut Car Insurance Premiums

Themoneytimes gives you some tips to save your precious money by trimming down car insurance premiums.

Insurance: Your Protection against Risks

UnitedHealth Says Good Riddance to 2008

Beat the Street With 25 Cents

For months now, I've been using Motley Fool CAPS to evaluate the Wall Street wizards who rate stocks, and gauge the likelihood that those ratings will pan out. In recurring columns like "Get to Know a Guru," we met the unsung heroes (and villains) of Wall Street. In "This Just In," we put the experts to the test, determining whether their upgrades and downgrades are worth the virtual paper they're printed on.

Life Insurance for Children?

Some companies sell it. Others hate it. Is it ever smart to buy life insurance on your children's lives?