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LOS ANGELES European private-equity firm Permira and a group of other investors have reached a deal to buy U.S. genealogy website Ancestry.com Inc. for about $ 1.6 billion, or $ 32 a share, The Wall Street Journal reported early Monday, citing unnamed people familiar with the deal. Shares of Ancestry.com ended Friday trading at $ 29.18. The report said the investors hope to grow the site globally, with expansion into Western Europe a goal.

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