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Short Take: Search site falls in trading debut

Shares of US Search.com, a public records search service for customers looking for information on people, fell 23 percent below their initial pricing in their first day of trading. The shares fell 2.0625 to close at 6.9375 in trading of 9.5 million. The company sold 6 million shares in its initial offering for $9 each. US Search.com searches court, marriage, birth, and other public records to locate or find information on people.

Shares of US Search.com, a public records search service for customers looking for information on people, fell 23 percent below their initial pricing in their first day of trading. The shares fell 2.0625 to close at 6.9375 in trading of 9.5 million. The company sold 6 million shares in its initial offering for $9 each. US Search.com searches court, marriage, birth, and other public records to locate or find information on people.