Internet Stock Report: What's Hot, What's Not [in Deflated Net Stocks]Apr 15, 2000, 13:28 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Kelly Black)
"It's crunch time for tech stocks. As if you didn't know that already. Brokers are busy thumbing through rolodexes, delivering margin calls by the baker's dozen. Panic has started to set in, and the Net high-flyers just can't seem to catch a break"
"Okay. I'll admit it. Yesterday, I went on a major Net stock shopping spree, and you should see some of the deals I got. ... I also grabbed an extra helping of Linux and interactive TV, topped off with a nutritious dose of broadband equipment makers."
"MP3.com (MPPP) announced plans to tango with Atlanta-based mp3radio.com. MP3.com will lasso a majority stake in the start-up from its sugar daddy, Cox Interactive Media. ...despite the deflated stock price, this beaten-down stock still wouldn't find its way into my portfolio. Until the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) wraps up its MP3 witch hunt, this company doesn't boast much beyond a killer domain name."