(NEW YORK) -- Wall Street stocks inched higher Friday, ending the week up after three days of losses.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 42 points at 16,755.74. The Nasdaq Composite added 13 points at 4,310.65, and the S&P 500 closed up the session with 6 points at 1,936,16.
Technology companies provided the small boost, though the gains were not enough to offset the week's dip.
OpenTable rose 47 percent after news that Priceline agreed to buy the the online restaurant reservation company for more than $2 billion, and Intel saw a boost of 7 percent to nearly $30 a share after a report that signaled business computer sales were stronger than expected.
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