Bids submitted earlier this month by private equity firms for Ancestry.com have fallen short of the company's expectations.
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Ancestry.com Inc (ACOM.O), the family-history research website, is exploring a sale to private equity firms and is hoping to solicit revised bids from them in early August.
Family-history research website Ancestry.com Inc is thinking of putting itself up on the block and is working with Frank Quattrone's Qatalyst Partners to find buyers.