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The Motley FoolDec 10, 2023
Where Will Amazon Stock Be in 3 Years?
Cloud services have already started to eclipse Amazon's massive e-commerce business.

The Motley FoolDec 10, 2023
Where Will Teladoc Health Be in 5 Years?
The company may look dead in the water, but there is more to the story.

MarketWatchDec 09, 2023
Help Me Retire: My husband says we'll be ‘homeless' if we keep renting. We're 68 and 74 — do we buy a home instead?
'I would rather move into a 55-plus community where we could rent a nice apartment and have amenities, with no property tax or upkeep.'

Knowledge@WhartonJan 30, 2023
Nowhere to Run Nowhere to Hide: The Online Privacy Issue
When Google announced its Gmail email service two years ago a lot of people figured the company was joking. After all Google had been known to offer up the occasional gag like saying it was starting a research center on the moon. More importantly nobody believed that consumers would tolerate Google's plan of scanning people's emails and then delivering advertisements to them based on the emails' contents. Two years later Gmail has tens of millions of users. But consumers' initial disbelief underscores the web's knotty privacy problem according to participants at the recent 2006 Wharton Technology Conference. Consumers say they want privacy online although they often behave in ways that contradict that statement; companies insist they will protect privacy although they sometimes fail to do so. And everybody is wary of increased government regulation.
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