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Answers.com, (NASDAQ: ANSW), creators of the leading answer engine Answers.com®, today announced that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement to be acquired by AFCV Holdings, LLC, a portfolio company of growth equity investor Summit Partners, for a total cash consideration of approximately $127 million. AFCV will acquire all outstanding shares of Answers.com common stock, Series A convertible preferred stock and Series B convertible preferred stock. Under the terms of the agreement, Answers.com common stock shareholders will receive $10.50 in cash for each outstanding share of common stock they own. The holders of Series A and Series B convertible preferred stock will also be entitled to receive cash consideration based on the number of the common stock into which those shares are convertible at the time of the merger.
"This is a great outcome for our shareholders,” said Bob Rosenschein, Founder, Chairman and CEO. “After an exciting six years as a public company, we are very pleased to achieve considerable value for our investors. The acquisition price of $10.50 per share represents a significant cash premium of approximately 33% over our 90-day volume-weighted average closing stock price."
joined:June 2, 2003
Amazon would still survive
Content farms seem to be rushing to cash out before Google penalizes them.
Anyone see any irony in the movie, Idiocracy, being distributed by Fox?
Which shows what a liar Google is.
Google said create content for your audience not Google.
Okay, but how many people are going "I have a question I need answered...I know! I'll go to Answers.com!"? The correct answer would be few.
And you would be completely wrong. Answers is ranked the top 22 website in the world with 40 million monthly unique visitors
And you would be completely wrong. Answers is ranked the top 22 website in the world with 40 million monthly unique visitors.