EarthLink (ELNK) is a company that is well known, but not well understood. While EarthLink is widely known as one of the leading independent internet service providers (ISPs) in the United States, the majority of their revenue actually comes from their business services offerings, which provide data, voice, and IT services to their customers. After a few years of poor earnings results, and another bad year expected to come, now may be a good time to get into this turnaround candidate at a rock-bottom price. If margins continue to improve, and the company's recent investments in improving their business services pay off, shareholders could be very handsomely rewarded.
How EarthLink makes its money
EarthLink operates in two main...
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