Inc. (STMP)

NASDAQ : Technology Services
Prev Close 284.60
Day Low/High 0.00 / 0.00
52 Wk Low/High 140.45 / 285.75
Avg Volume 280.70K
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 17.92M
Market Cap 5.04B
EPS 8.80
P/E Ratio 31.55
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A) Takes a Licking

Shares plunge 13%.

Web Weaklings Flex Muscle

Web Weaklings Flex Muscle

Overlooked names like and The Knot surge as Google struggles.

Today's Small-Cap Winners and Losers

TOP Tankers is higher.

Today's Small-Cap Winners and Losers

Kopin gains ground.

Today's Winners and Losers:

The online seller of postage stamps posts fourth-quarter results that top expectations.

Tech Stocks in Motion

ATMI falls after third-quarter results come in below expectations.

Tech Stocks in Motion

Tech Stocks in Motion

eCost is hammered after reporting a fourth-quarter loss.

The Contrarian Bet Won't Necessarily Win

Be careful when different perspectives end up with similar conclusions. Plus, Verizon, AOL and more.

A Stamp of Approval for

Its setup looks perfect, so watch it for a buy. Plus, charts of Qwest, Juniper and more.

Sorry, the Numbers Don't Add Up for E*Trade

They may for, though, if anybody cares. And what you can learn from a senator in skivvies. Cuts 50% of Staff

Return to Sender: Stamp Stocks Take a Licking

Maybe great ideas, but never great stocks. E-Stamp, struggle in electronic-postage biz. Cuts 40% of Workforce Following Net Industry Trend of Layoffs

The Web postal provider's job reduction adds to a New York-based outplacement firm's count of 5,677 layoffs this month. Cuts 40% of Work Force Cuts 40% of Work Force

A Six-Week Cycle

Cramer recounts a pleasant meeting with the CEO. Too bad he just quit. Takes a Licking Takes a Licking

E-Stamp Up 13% on Deal With SanDisk

E-Stamp Up 13% on Deal With SanDisk Gets Licked, Falling 6.4% Rises on Deal

Here's the Nadir

JJC lists several recently public dot-coms that are now trading through their cash positions.

Death of the B2B League, Part 3: No Magic Bullet

After all, B2B is just B: The best performers were real businesses.

It's Time to Rank Tech

Not everybody can be a leader and true dogs should be dumped. But companies in the middle may be worth a second look.

TheStreet Quant Rating: A- (Buy)