InfoSpace (INSP) was up 11.7% in preopen Island trading. After the close Monday, the company posted fourth-quarter earnings of 4 cents per share, beating the First Call/Thomson Financial estimate of 1 cent and the year-ago result of a 3-cent loss. However, the company, which syndicates content for the Web and wireless services, said 2001 revenue would be flat compared to 2000 and the bottom line would show a 14-cent loss for the year.
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