26 October 2009

News/Opinion on the Ancestry.com IPO

In an article "A High Price for Ancestry.com" the New York Times writes:

Ancestry.com wants to put down some roots. The genealogy Web site hopes investors will provide $100 million in an initial public offering, valuing the whole thing at $572 million. That seems too high for Ancestry to cement a happy legacy with investors.

Read the full story at www.nytimes.com/2009/10/27/technology/internet/27views.html?_r=1

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