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Harris Interactive repurchases stock

Market research firm Harris Interactive Inc. on Monday disclosed it has repurchased some 3.7 million shares of its stock through a repurchase program approved last May.
The company has roughly $5.3 million left to use under the program and expects to purchase additional stock. It paid an average price per share of $5.36.
Harris Interactive plans to use that remaining capacity through purchases in the open market or private transactions before the program expires on May 3.
In afternoon trading, company shares (Nasdaq: HPOL) were up a penny from Friday’s close, to $5.45 a share.

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