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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Demand Media Inc.
Demand Media is buying Creativebug, a provider of how-to crafty videos, as interest grows online in arts and crafts.
Yelp Inc., an online reviews site, is due to begin trading publicly Friday. Here are some of the tech companies that have gone public recently:
Demand Media Inc.'s stock soared by 31 percent Friday after the online content publisher's fourth-quarter earnings and outlook for this year gave investors hope that it is starting to recover from diminished traffic that had stemmed from changes to Google's Internet search formula.
Demand Media Inc. fared better than analysts anticipated in the first quarter, easing investor worries that Google Inc.'s recent changes to how it culls search results may have damaged the online content generator's ability to win Internet traffic.
Online content manufacturer Demand Media Inc. made money for the first time in the fourth quarter, a breakthrough that follows an initial public offering of stock that investors have quickly embraced.
Popular Internet radio service Pandora is tuning up for an IPO later this year.