Shares of Blucora soar as revenue grows 46 percent

Shares of Blucora soar as revenue grows 46 percent

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New Blucora, the Bellevue search and tax preparation company formerly known as InfoSpace, today reported a 46 percent in revenue for the fourth quarter. Shares jumped more than 10 percent in after hours trading. It now has a market value of more than $600 million. Revenue for the quarter was $97...
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