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I didn't even know Investopedia posted articles like this, but I think it's new. This is the second "pro BARE" article they've had in the last couple weeks.

This one focuses on how money is spent.

Companies That Turn Dimes Into Dollars (VFC, EL)

interesting extract:

Immediately, the first thing that jumps out at me is the negative shareholder equity of Bare Escentuals. How could the company have negative equity and be doing so well? It turns out that Bare Escentuals paid a special dividend to shareholders in June 2006 for $340.4 million when it recapitalized the business. It subsequently went public on September 28, 2006.

The previous article was only about BARE, and very positive:
(already posted on this board)
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