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A lot of things need to go well for the power of free to pay out all that it is promising.
A lot of things need to go well for the power of free to pay out all that it is promising. A bad meme -- a contagious idea -- began spreading through the United States in the 1980s: America is in decline, the world is going to hell, and our children...
What makes these companies so valuable is that the apps are so convenient.
The market is struggling to value high-multiple profit-growth stories.
A couple of these have finally arrived. But it's a totally 'stay-tuned' situation.
Global stock indices take their cue from a selloff on Wall Street as investors fret about the valuation of stocks in the technology sector and well beyond.
Online and mobile food ordering service, EatStreet recently raised $6 million following the Grub Hub IPO, but they may be too late for a seat at the table.
The busy IPO calendar has helped the mood for stocks, even as the high frequency trading cloud continues to darken the skies. GrubHub is up about 40% on its first day of trading.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says GrubHub stock is trading higher because people love the service and want to buy into the company.
GrubHub, which makes its money by taking a cut from restaurants when an order is placed through one of its websites, said revenue soared 67% over 2013 to $137.1 million.
Jim Cramer's Anadarko Petroleum pick paid off Thursday when the company's shares shot up double digits. And IPOs are on the way today: IMS Health and Grubhub.