Hm, that code looks the same as before. When posting an example, put it all together so we can test it, using a template like this:
<font color='"#FF0000"'>[I]your CSS here[/I]</font>
<font color='"#FF0000"'>[I]your HTML here[/I]</font>
As I mentioned, though, you won't easily be able to get that div at the bottom to appear by hovering over the .company link. You could make it appear on click, using ::target, but that won't work in older browsers. To make it appear on hover, you'd have to place the contents inside the span, and then possition the content at the bottom of your page, but it will get messy and unrelaible. E.g.
<font color='"#FF0000"'> <div class="company_info">
<p >Since 1984, Morris, Smith & Feyh Incorporated has helped our borrowers close over $4.0 billion of commercial real estate loans. MS&F regularly receives several "Top Producer" awards from its correspondent lending institutions and consistently ranks near the top of Columbus area commercial real estate lenders in volume by "Business First". The firm is nationally ranked by the Mortgage Bankers Association as one of the top commercial mortgage bankers as measured in both loan origination and in loan servicing. Numerous nationally recognized and localized borrowers have relied on MS&F to arrange financing and have benefited by our firms ability to deliver loan terms tailored to their needs, on a timely and highly competitive basis.</p>