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14.01.05 16:50

1248 Postings, 6967 Tage MuffeAsk Jeeves

Ask Jeeves to Report Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2004 Financial Results

OAKLAND, Calif., Jan. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Ask Jeeves, Inc. (Nasdaq: ASKJ), a provider of information retrieval technologies, brands and advertising services, will announce its fourth quarter and full-year 2004 financial results on February 3, 2005.

A press release associated with the announcement will be released at approximately 4:05 p.m. EST on February 3, 2005. At that time, Ask Jeeves will also post the press release on the Investor Relations section of the corporate Web site (

As is customary, following the release, management will hold a conference call to discuss the results and outlook. The conference call will begin at 5:00 p.m. EST on February 3, 2005. The live Web cast will be available on the Investor Relations section of the Ask Jeeves Web site ( Also, a replay of the Web cast will be available on the Company's Web site starting one hour after the completion of the call.

About Ask Jeeves, Inc.

Ask Jeeves, Inc. provides consumers and advertisers with information retrieval products across a diverse portfolio of Web sites, portals and desktop search applications. Ask Jeeves' search and search-based portal brands include: Ask Jeeves ( and; Ask JeevesJapan (, a joint venture); Ask Jeeves for Kids (; Excite (; iWon (; My Search (; My Way (; My Web Search ( and Teoma ( Ask Jeeves also owns the search technology Teoma, proprietary natural language processing technology, as well as portal and ad serving technologies. In addition to powering several of the Ask Jeeves brands, the Company syndicates its technologies to help companies increase revenue through powerful search. Ask Jeeves' advertising division, AJinteractive, provides advertisers with targeted tools to reach a broad base of valuable customers. Ask Jeeves, Inc. is headquartered in Oakland, California, with offices throughout the United States, as well as in London, England and Dublin, Ireland. For more information, visit or call 510-985-7400.

NOTE: Ask Jeeves, AJinteractive,, Teoma, My Way, My Search, My Web Search, iWon and Excite are trademarks or registered trademarks of Ask Jeeves, Inc.

SOURCE  Ask Jeeves, Inc.
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   /CONTACT:  Heather Staples, Corporate Communications, +1-510-985-7610, or, or Derrick Nueman, Investor Relations, +1-510-985-7485,
or, both of Ask Jeeves/
   /Web site:

CO:  Ask Jeeves, Inc.
ST:  California

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04.02.05 14:26

25951 Postings, 7824 Tage Pichelich bin mal short

Ask Jeeves mit Ergebnisverbesserung  
03.02.2005 22:27:00

Der amerikanische IT-Dienstleister Ask Jeeves Inc. gab am Donnerstag nach Börsenschluss seine Ergebnisse des vierten Quartals 2004 bekannt.
Demnach konnte das Unternehmen seinen Nettogewinn von 7,64 Mio. Dollar im vergleichbaren Vorjahreszeitraum auf nun 17,50 Mio. Dollar steigern. Das EPS kletterte infolge dessen von 13 Cents auf 25 Cents. Analysten hatten den Gewinn je Aktie im Vorfeld auf 32 Cents geschätzt.

Das Unternehmen bezifferte ferner den Umsatz für die letzten drei Monate des Geschäftsjahres auf 86,10 Mio. Dollar. Hier hatte man im vierten Quartal 2003 noch einen Wert von 31,83 Mio. Dollar erzielt. Jedoch verfehlte das Unternehmen mit diesem Ergebnis die Markterwartungen. Diese hatten sich auf 86,67 Mio. Dollar belaufen.

Analysten sehen den Umsatz im laufenden ersten Quartal bei 93,60 Mio. Dollar. Das EPS wird auf 34 Cents geschätzt.

Die Aktie von Ask Jeeves verliert im nachbörslichen Handel in New York 1,56 Prozent auf 26,52 Dollar. happy and smile

Gruß Pichel



04.02.05 14:29

1248 Postings, 6967 Tage Muffekönnte passen - dürfte heute unter $26,- eröffnen o. T.

04.02.05 14:32

25951 Postings, 7824 Tage Pichelvorbörslich bei 25,75$ happy and smile

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04.02.05 14:41

25951 Postings, 7824 Tage Pichel25,55$ happy and smile

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04.02.05 14:42

36803 Postings, 7699 Tage first-henrider Ausblick hat enttäuscht...

04.02.05 15:34

25951 Postings, 7824 Tage Pichel25,20$ happy and smile

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04.02.05 15:38

25951 Postings, 7824 Tage Pichelgedeckt! ;-) happy and smile

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04.02.05 15:46

25951 Postings, 7824 Tage Pichelunter 25$ happy and smile

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04.02.05 15:57

13786 Postings, 8455 Tage Parocorpzum sk von gestern...

oder wann haste deie short-pos geladen?

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04.02.05 16:00

25951 Postings, 7824 Tage Pichel14:15 in Frankfurt, zu um 15:36 happy and smile

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21.03.05 14:44

953 Postings, 7894 Tage malenAsk Jeeves $2B sale near?

Ask Jeeves $2B sale near?
WSJ: IAC to acquire search engine in all-stock deal that's a 40% premium over Friday's close.
March 21, 2005: 5:56 AM EST

NEW YORK (Reuters) - IAC/InterActiveCorp, an Internet conglomerate run by media mogul Barry Diller, is near a deal to buy Web search service Ask Jeeves Inc., sources familiar with the matter say.

The Wall Street Journal, which reported the deal first, said late Sunday that IAC would pay $2 billion in stock, a 40 percent premium to Ask Jeeves' market capitalization Friday.

Neither Ask Jeeves (Research) nor IAC (Research) were immediately available for comment.

IAC has a variety of Internet businesses, including Home Shopping Network, Web directory Citysearch and online mortgage provider LendingTree. It also owns travel Web site Expedia, which it plans to spin off.

Ask Jeeves' Web site is known for its cartoon butler mascot Jeeves, who was known during the Internet boom of the late 1990s for providing the answer to queries made in the form of a question.

The reported price implies IAC would pay about $33.90 a share for Ask Jeeves, compared with a close of $24.24 Friday on the Nasdaq. That would be below the $44.66 52-week high the stock hit in April and the $34.99 it closed at on Oct. 27, when the company reported earnings that sparked worries about growth and pushed the stock down 24 percent in one day.

Other Internet companies have also received rich valuations recently as they have become hot properties once again. The New York Times Co. (Research), for instance, agreed to buy information portal for $410 million while Dow Jones & Co. Inc. (Research) paid $528 million for financial news Web site MarketWatch.

Ask Jeeves would be one in a stream of acquisitions for IAC, which earlier this month said it would buy catalog and online retailer Cornerstone Brands for $720 million to expand across multiple retail outlets.

It would put IAC more directly in competition with larger search sites run by Google Inc. (Research), Yahoo Inc. (Research) and Microsoft Corp. (Research) Ask Jeeves partners with Google to earn advertising revenue from its Web search functions.

Oakland, Calif.-based Ask Jeeves nearly doubled in size last year when it bought Interactive Search Holdings for $501 million in May. That included web properties such as My Way, iWon, Excite, My Search and My Web Search.  

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