US News Burst: RealNetworks shares in free fall

RealNetworks shares fell another 5, or 15 percent, to 28 1/4 Monday, meaning the developer of online streaming technology has watched its stock fall roughly 40 percent in the past week.

RealNetworks CEO Rob Glaser went before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week to whine about the unfair business practices of Microsoft, and coincidentally or not, the stock went into a free fall. It closed at 45 last Tuesday, down from 48 1/2 earlier this month, and on Friday, it fell another 4 1/4, or 11 percent, to close at 35.