Owning shares of the search giant means sacrificing some nights of restful sleep.
They'll take to the aisles during some UK routes, turning a quick trip into amateur hour.
A clear leader in this space has yet to emerge.
The daily-deal company's surprisingly good earnings report doesn't erase some big concerns.
Some blame it on the ads -- and the growing use of Twitter -- but high schoolers also say the social network's become too popular with their parents.
The search company may be the greatest value buy available right now.
If you take away the shorts, many Web stocks will be lower. But the short side post-Facebook just makes no sense.
The company eclipsed Wall Street's expectations as second-quarter revenue jumped 59% and membership growth remained robust.
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