Its ticker symbol will be ACOM.
Our revenues have increased from $122.6 million in 2004 to $197.6 million in 2008, reads Ancestry.com’s SEC filing. The Provo, Utah,-based company reports just under 1 million subscribers, about 45 percent of whom have been subscribing continuously for more than two years as of June 30.
The filing gives more stats, an overview of the business, its growth strategies (more content, more features that let members collaborate, more international growth) and associated risks (dependence on subscriptions, a tight focus on family history, and competitors, some of which provide access to records free of charge). You can read it here.