Folks apparently are still digging into the roots of their family trees.
The news comes after Ancestry.com went through a volatile month of May. Shares of the company took a hit when Comcast's
Again, here is where this week's milestone matters. If cynics figured that the website was seeking out a suitor because its popularity was peaking, blasting through 2 million active members proves those naysayers are wrong.
This doesn't mean Ancestry.com isn't an attractive acquisition target. If anything, proof this week that it continues to expand its reach will make it more lucrative for dot-com giants that are looking to expand beyond ad-based revenue. If you don't think Facebook
Then again, given this week's welcome milestone, it's not as if Ancestry.com should be in any rush to marry itself off.
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