|Day Low/High||92.95 / 96.60|
|52 Wk Low/High||85.24 / 208.11|
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In an exclusive interview, Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff discusses the company's plans for 2014, as the company ramps up spending and marketing to make Zillow a household name.
Zillow Q4 earnings blew past Wall Street forecasts as revenue surged 70%. CEO Spencer Rascoff discusses the company's earnings in an exclusive interview with TheStreet.
Shares of TripAdvisor tripped in early trading after the online booking company beat estimates, but it also revealed it switched its auditor.
I will be looking at 11 names that are still due to report earnings and working on their charts.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer thinks Microsoft needs to start buying internet companies instead of trying to invent new technologies.
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.
As I'll be at the dentist tomorrow, I have put some of my trades on hold.
Silicon Graphics looks like a buy at these levels, and this spec play is very attractive.
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff says the company is running fast and spending on product development. He says, 'Its very early days.'
Futures rise on speculation of further ECB stimulus. AngloGold Ashanti reports a profit, while Tesla misses auto sales projections.
We are doing less work and it's accruing to just a few companies.
Futures are pointing to a slightly lower open as investors await results from AOL, Tesla, DirecTV, Papa Johns and Michael Kors.
The bears won a rare victory on Wall Street as the Fed left rates unchanged. Ranger Equity Bear Fund Manager Brad Lamensdorf names shorts.
Twitter's shares will likely double in the first month of trading -- or maybe even sooner. He rocks in the tree tops all day long Hoppin' and a-boppin' and singing his song All the little birdies on Jaybird Street Love to hear the robin go tweet twe...
Zillow has a bear flag pattern in place that could point to lower prices with a break below $81.