Lumber Liquidators Surges After Short Seller Ends FightBy
Whitney Tilson says there's likely to be no `smoking gun'
Shares spike 25 percent for biggest increase since 2012
Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc., stung by allegations that it knowingly sold flooring with high levels of formaldehyde, jumped the most in more than three years after short seller Whitney Tilson said he stopped betting against the company.
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