Inflection: Life After A $100 Million Dollar Sale (It May Surprise You) – with Matthew MonahanNovember 09, 2012
by Andrew Warner
How does a family’s curiosity about its past lead to a site worth $100 million?
A 2008 life changing event led Matthew Monahan to co-found Archives.com, a site whose goal is to make researching family history simple and affordable. Four years later, he sold it to ancestry.com for $100 million.
Today, they continue to run Archive’s parent company, Inflection LLC, whose sites include peoplesmart.com, a search engine for people and public records, and identity.com, which will help people manage and protect their online identities.
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