Shares of Go2Net were up 2.94 points at 128 in late morning trading today. The stock has hit a high of 199 and a low of 6.4 during the past 52 weeks.
"The number-one request for product improvement related to Silicon Investor has been for comprehensive financial charting and equity tracking opportunities," said Go2Net chief executive Russell C. Horowitz in a statement.
Go2Net blasted higher a few months ago after billionaire investor Paul Allen, a Microsoft cofounder, invested about $750 million in the company, hoping at some point to link the Internet directory with his expanding cable empire, Bloomberg reported recently. Allen's Vulcan Ventures owns the seventh-largest U.S. cable company.
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