Internet service provider
was down 4.8% in early afternoon after rival
S&P 500 and Nasdaq Set Intraday Record Highs on Recovery Optimism
Stocks rise as jobless claims fall and durable goods orders climb at the fastest pace since the beginning of the year.
, which is mostly owned by Internet incubator
, announced it will end its free Web access service.
The Wall Street Journal
said the move is the latest sign that freebies on the Internet have a dubious future. Juno is among the remaining free ISPs, along with
. NetZero was down 2.9%.