Have some respect for InfoSpace

InfoSpace can't get no respect. The company continues to grow in the online search world and the mobile market but it trades significantly lower than industry darlings Google and Yahoo!. InfoSpace ended 2005 with a 36 percent increase in revenues and earnings that came in at $1.60 per share. While InfoSpace isn't expecting a great first quarter, it has two booming businesses: online search and mobile entertainment. My guess is that it may hold an early advantage in the burgeoning market for mobile search engines.

For more about InfoSpace's year results:
- read this article from The Motley Fool


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