Google Plans To Acquire Meebo For $100 Million

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Meebo, a social platform connecting users with other users through the internet. It began in 2005 as a browser based instant messaging program which supported multiple IM services, including Yahoo! Messenger, Windows Live Messenger, AIM, ICQ, MySpaceIM, Facebook Chat, Google Talk, CafeMom and others.

Now, here is a rumor about its acquisition by search engine giant Google for $100 Million and this report is confirmed by All Things D, some sources told them about Google’s planning to purchase Meebo for $100 Million but still it is not confirmed by Meebo and Google.

Liz Gannes of All Things D, mentioned in its report that Meebo CEO Seth Sternberg did not reply to requests for comment. A Google spokeswoman gave me the standard “We can’t comment on rumor or speculation” response.

Meebo was founded in September 2005 by Sandy Jen, Seth Sternberg and Elaine Wherry, and is based in Mountain View, California.

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