Digital Generation, Inc. (NASDAQ:DGIT): This ad distribution network owner rocketed 26.49 percent in dying minutes of the trading session as Bloomberg reported that the company had nixed a $20-plus buyout bid from private firm ExtremeReach-Providence. Shares of Digital Generation closed higher by $2.54 at $12.13. Its 52-week trading range was $7.51 to $33.17.
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Ancestry.com Inc. (NASDAQ:ACOM): Family-oriented geneology tracker Ancestry is offering itself up for sale, going by a Bloomberg report that cites sources saying Frank Quattrone’s Qatalyst Partners may have landed the mandate to find a buyer, and that private equity firms may also get into the act. Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) and Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) may also be interested in adding this service, says Susan Etlinger, analyst, Altimeter Group. Ancestry’s shares closed at $25.06, up $2.43, or 10.74%. They have traded in a 52-week range of $20.67 to $45.18.
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