Diller Offers up $2 Billion for Ask Jeeves

Mar 20, 2005 • 10:20 pm | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Ask.com - Ask Jeeves
 

This can be the break Ask Jeeves needs to really compete on a level playing field against Google, Yahoo, and MSN. The New York Times reports Ask Jeeves Inc. to Be Bought for $2 Billion and the Wall Street Journal reports Diller Nears Purchase of Ask Jeeves.

IAC/InterActiveCorp, the Internet company headed by Barry Diller, is close to an agreement to acquire Ask Jeeves Inc., the nation's fourth-largest search engine company, for about $1.9 billion, according to an executive involved in the negotiations. An announcement could be made as early as today.

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Comments:

Ethan

03/21/2005 03:36 am

He said he wanted a search engine...

walter

03/21/2005 04:07 pm

i am a marketer based on buying and selling. so i will like to make an offer. either buying or selling goods.

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