eHealth (NASDAQ:EHTH) reported that it has enrolled in excess of three million consumers in health insurance products via eHealthInsurance.com and the firm’s other online properties. Shares closed up 2.3 percent on the day at $25.84, having been traded in a 52-week range of $13.96 to $25.39.
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First Financial Bankshares’ (NASDAQ:FFIN) Board of Directors say that on December 27th , it will pay the dividend previously scheduled to be paid on January 2nd; the record date and ex-dividend date were not changed. Shares closed down 0.05 percent on the day at $37.76, and have traded in a 52-week range of $29.86 to $37.80.
Lionbridge Technologies (NASDAQ:LIOX) announced that it will purchase privately-held Virtual Solutions, which is a supplier of crowdsourcing solutions to both state and local governments. The buyer expects the acquisition at a total estimated purchase consideration consisting of $3.6 million to be paid upon closing, using its existing cash resources, $1 million of deferred cash consideration, along with a $3 million earn-out potential payable in cash during three years, subject to the attainment of certain annual revenue metrics. Lionbridge expects the purchase to contribute modestly to earnings next year, including minimal acquisition and integration costs. Shares closed up 4.87 percent on the day at $4.09, having been traded in a 52-week range of $1.94 to $3.97.
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