InfoSpace, Inc., based in Bellevue, Washington, uses metasearch technology to combine results from several of the largest online search engines, such as Yahoo, Google, Live Search and Ask, to provide more comprehensive search results on InfoSpace owned sites sites including Dogpile (www.dogpile.com), MetaCrawler (www.metacrawler.com), WebCrawler (www.webcrawler.com), and WebFetch (www.webfetch.com) as well as through nearly a hundred distribution partners. Partner versions are generally private-labeled and delivered with each distribution partner’s unique requirements.
InfoSpace was founded in March 1996 by Naveen Jain after he left Microsoft as a senior executive of MSN.
Infospace went public on December 15, 1998 raising $75 million in the offering. At the height of the the Dot-Com bubble Infospace had a market cap over $20 Billion. Today it is around $250 Million of which about $200 Million is cash and investment. 
In February, 2009 Will Lansing replaced Jim Voelker as CEO. Voelker will be Chairman of the Board of Directors through 2010.