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Wall Street rebounds

The markets recover significant ground the day after Wall Street's 512-point plunge, which battered tech and Internet share prices.

The markets recover significant ground the day after Wall Street takes a 512-point plunge that battered technology stocks over worries about international economic and political problems.

The markets' day after
update Wall Street recovers a significant amount it lost in the free fall of a day earlier, as the Dow comes back 288 points and Nasdaq finishes up 75.

Amazon, RealNetworks lag behind
Numerous Internet stocks were swept up in today's rebound, but a few players failed to hook a ride.

Stock gyrations hit execs hard
As tech stocks led the recent tumult in the markets, it's no surprise that high-tech executives were drubbed on Wall Street.

California's big risks are foreign
The state's chief economist says the steep stock slide has not altered the positive outlook for the Golden State's economy.

Net traders weather storm
Amid a 500-point plunge, online brokerages say they generally managed to handle the double-digit increase in trading traffic.

Clinton, Rubin discuss stock slide
En route to Russia, President Clinton speaks to Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin regarding the market's 512-point drop.

Net firms mix sex, stock quotes
Online investors are no doubt tired of watching their stocks tank, so a new site plans to offer a distraction: porn.