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Red Herring Comes Back

What Goes Around Return to the Future (110 comments)

I personally am glad that they are back. Yes they were arrogant when they could afford to be, but they still had a valuable angle on the investment scene. Also from the perspective of someone in technology interested in seeking funding, which I was two years ago, one could glean a lot of the trends, the players, as well as do's and don'ts. Reading Red Herring beat the heck out of Motley Fool, TheStreet, CBS Marketwatch and most other investment sites in this way. And it was just out and out more interesting to me. Lastly, I find it heartening in some way to see sites from the good old days return from the dead. Welcome back!

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