LookSmart Ltd. (LOOK)

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Market Cap 3.75M
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Home Depot Unit Could Go for $1 Billion Less

Various reports say the retailer is willing to accept less for its wholesale distribution business.

Friday's Small-Cap Winners & Losers

Captaris is falling.

New Hope for the Former FindWhat

James Altucher says the company now known as Miva has become an interesting buy.

Why Little Search Engines Can't

Why Little Search Engines Can't

Google, Yahoo! dominance are pushing niche players like FindWhat into the netherworld.

IAC Confirms Ask Jeeves Buyout

IAC Confirms Ask Jeeves Buyout

It will exchange cash and stock worth about $28.24 a share.

Tech Stocks in Motion

Sun sets.

LookSmart Slashes Guidance

The stock plunges in spite of two executive appointments.

Yahoo! Revs Up Search-Engine Sector

Yahoo! Revs Up Search-Engine Sector

The spotlight turns to the Internet stocks after a sizzling third quarter from an industry giant.

Google's Surge Peters Out

Google's Surge Peters Out

The stock finally slips after three days of solid gains.

Yahoo!'s Candor Greeted Rudely by Street

Yahoo!'s Candor Greeted Rudely by Street

Investors pummel the Internet mainstay for snubbing its usual guidance-beating ritual, although the selling slowed somewhat.

Yahoo!'s Long Casualty List

Yahoo!'s Long Casualty List

Search engines, Web advertisers and tech darlings are hammered after the bell.

Yahoo! Fans Expect to See Fireworks

Yahoo! Fans Expect to See Fireworks

The Net giant's highly anticipated postclose earnings report highlights the rebounding ad business.

Mamma Slides as Cuban Sells

Mamma Slides as Cuban Sells

The billionaire Internet investor didn't like the company's change of direction.

LookSmart Slides After Deal, Earnings

LookSmart Slides After Deal, Earnings

The stock drops 10% Friday morning.

Google Makes a Splash in Local Search

The race is on to offer consumers an alternative to the yellow pages.

LookSmart Soars on Guidance

The search engine operator raises its first-quarter revenue forecast.

Search Engines Are Revving Up for a Local Fight

The sector has heated up, but there's a pot of gold sitting there that no one has grabbed.

Search Engines Ignite on Ask Jeeves Outlook

Search Engines Ignite on Ask Jeeves Outlook

The company also announces the acquisition of Interactive Search Holdings.

LookSmart Slides on Weak Guidance

LookSmart Slides on Weak Guidance

The Internet company, ditched last fall by MSN, attempts a recovery.

Reviewing Readers' Results for 2003

Here's how you fared, according to our poll. Plus, Forest Labs and Finisar.

LookSmart Rises After Earnings Report

The stock rises in postclose trading following a hard-to-figure outlook boost.

Microsoft, AOL, Yahoo! Search for Answers

Microsoft, AOL, Yahoo! Search for Answers

The companies continue to take different paths toward what they hope will be a lucrative Web future.

Yahoo! Giving Web Ad Market a Shout

Yahoo! Giving Web Ad Market a Shout

The Net giant remains the best gauge of the online advertising market's closely tracked recovery.

Bulls Leap Over a Falling Dollar

The market overcame early weakness and rebounded sharply past a slumping greenback.

LookSmart Plunges After Microsoft Bails

LookSmart Plunges After Microsoft Bails

The software giant won't renew its license agreement with the tiny search engine outfit.

Yahoo! Strikes to Fend Off Microsoft

The Overture buy answers a perceived threat from Redmond, Wash. Could an M&A frenzy follow?

Market Won't Dwell on the Dark Side

Up on the durable goods order, then down on continuing glum news, equities refuse to give in.

Traders Get Cold Feet, Then Beat a Retreat

Traders Get Cold Feet, Then Beat a Retreat

After reversing course twice, the markets ended down a little -- not bad, considering recent gains.

Some Ugly Ducklings That Could Become Swans

HCA, Philadelphia Suburban and Ecolab may not be glamorous, but they've got plenty of potential.

Internet Survivors Find Life in a Niche

Autobytel, Expedia and Ticketmaster each try to do one thing and do it well.