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The Trulia deal will create the one-stop shopping experience for real estate.
The most dominant online real estate listing company in the continent emerges.
It could signal rapid growth or a major takeover in the Internet space.
Until these overpriced stocks come down enough to attract acquirers, I think they'll cause real problems for the market.
For these kinds of growth stocks, you have no choice but to wait.
Earnings are out from Trulia and Kraft Foods, and we'll see more from Campbell Soup, Hyatt and Scripps Networks.
Also, be cautious on J2 Global -- though I'm taking a small bullish gamble on Weight Watchrs.
Move is the leader in online real estate and operator of the Move Network of real estate web site for consumers and real estate professionals.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to a higher open on Wall Street as traders digest Apple's holiday outlook and await results from LinkedIn after the closing bell.
Apple's earnings will be in the spotlight on Monday, kicking off a busy week of quarterly reports.
Shares of real estate search site Trulia are flying a year after its IPO and CEO Pete Flint says the best is yet to come even if interest rates move higher.
RentHackr is out to disrupt the online real estate market. CEO Zeb Dropkin talks about his plans for this emerging growth company.
The sound of hammers fills the air in Southampton, N.Y., as homebuilding has recovered. Corcoran gives TheStreet a tour of an $18 million home.