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Shares of Angie's List Inc. (Nasdaq: ANGI) are up nearly 19% this morning on news that the company hired banking advisers to explore a number of strategic options, including the sale of the company. The online consumer research company has seen its shares fall by nearly 75% in the last 52 weeks, leading many shareholders to question the company's leadership and strategy. That said, a buyer for the company likely exists. The news comes a day after global media firm News Corp. (Nasdaq: NWSA) raised eyebrows by acquiring online real estate firm Move Inc. (Nasdaq: MOVE) for roughly $950 million.