Down over 5% after It's revenue up 9% from a year earlier
(when excluding revenues from the divested Advertising Solutions business unit) & its EPS is up an 8.5 percent. from a year ago. Additionally, the 2013 outlook indicates solid revenue gains, EPS growth in the upper-single digits with continuing free cash flow strength. Finally, add the 4.7% dividend (increase coming), the buyback of shares, and the fact that insiders are adding shares.
The stock market is irrational on a day to day basis and functions mostly on the "casino principle." Those calling its shots are scabs. Therefore, buy fairly valued stocks for their dividends alone, and ignore the daily price action.
The market does not make sense, and hasn't for years. With all the huge trading going on by fund managers, it's hard for the average investor to make sense of anything in the market. I just hold on to the shares I have, get the dividends, and don't much care what the price is on any given day.