Joseph F. Eazor, CEO of EarthLink Holding, bought 64,600 shares of EarthLink Holding (Stock Symbol: ELNK) at $3.88 per share for a total amount of $250.6 thousand on February 25, 2014. EarthLink Holding is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. On Feb. 13, 2014, EarthLink Holding launched server management and monitoring and network management and monitoring infrastructure services designed to maximize the availability and performance of clients’ IT networks. On Feb. 19, 2014, EarthLink Holding announced its latest quarterly results. EarthLink Holdings Corp. (ELNK) announced financial results for its fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2013. Highlights for the fourth quarter include: Revenues of $301.8 million Net loss of $(279.9) million or $(2.75) per share (which includes a $266.3 million non-cash charge to establish a valuation allowance against deferred tax assets) Net loss per share, excluding valuation allowance (a non-GAAP measure), of $(0.13) per share. Adjusted EBITDA (a non-GAAP measure) of $50.1 million Net cash provided by operating activities of $40.7 million Unlevered Free Cash Flow (a non-GAAP measure) of $16.2 million Ending cash balance of $116.6 million “I am excited to be a part of EarthLink. The company has many things going for it, including a fantastic customer base, a strong set of capabilities across information communications and technology, momentum penetrating the mid-market with technology solutions and managed services, and the best employees in the industry,” said EarthLink Chief Executive Officer and President Joseph F. Eazor. “However, we have a lot of work to do. With a disciplined operational focus, I’m confident we will improve our business performance.” According to Capital IQ, EarthLink Holding has a market cap of $194.15 billion, an enterprise value of $221.49 billion, and trailing 12 month revenues of $99.75 billion. EarthLink Holdings Corp., through its subsidiaries, provides network, communications, and IT services in the United States. The company operates in two segments, Business Services and Consumer Services. The Business Services segment provides its services in three categories, which include retail services, such as data, voice, and IT services provided to business customers; wholesale services comprising the sale of transmission capacity to other telecommunications carriers and businesses; and other services, primarily consisting of Web hosting. Its IT services include data centers, virtualization, security, applications, premises-based solutions, managed solutions, and support services. The Consumer Services segment offers Internet access and related value-added services to residential customers. It provides access services, such as narrowband access services and broadband access services; and value-added services, which include add-on features to its Internet access services, such as security products, premium email only, home networking, and email storage, as well as offers search and advertising service. As of January 2, 2014, EarthLink Holdings Corp. operated a network spanning 29,421 route fiber miles with 90 metro fiber rings and 8 secure data centers. The company was founded in 1994. Mr. Eazor is 51 years old. According to his biography, Mr. Joseph F.Eazor has been appointed as President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of the company., effective January 13, 2014. Eazor, 51, has over two decades of IT industry and consulting experience. Most recently, Eazor was EVP and COO of Global Sales and Customer Operations for EMC. Prior to EMC, he held a variety of senior leadership positions at HP and EDS, including SVP and GM of HP Enterprise Services (leading all operations of the former EDS), EVP of EDS Corporate Strategy and Development, and president of EDS Asia Pacific. Eazor also has served as a Director of McKinsey & Company, a partner and board member of ATKearney, and CEO of Springbow Solutions, a company that developed and provided portal-based internet solutions. All stories in DailyStocks.com are for informational purposes only. This is NOT a stock recommendation. This DailyStocks.com story is a daily light analysis featuring a stock with insider buying. With some caveats, insiders purchase a stock because they think the stock is going up. There are other factors to consider such as size of the transaction relative to their compensation and net worth. Sometimes, insiders might be propping a stock price up for future financing. Sometimes, the amount of insider buying are misread or misreported. 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