IAC's Ask.com acquires Ask.fm, terms not disclosed Ask.com announced it acquired Ask.fm, the world's largest Q&A social network, which facilitates question and answer exchange across its global user base of 180 million monthly unique users. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Ask.fm was not previously affiliated in any way with Ask.com or its parent company IAC. In connection with the transaction, existing outside Ask.fm investor Rubylight will retain a minority interest in the business. Ask.fm's founders will no longer be involved in its operations or retain any equity.
IAC in talks to buy Korean web video service DramaFever, Re/code reports Korean web video service DramaFever is looking to either sell the company or raise a round of funds, and IAC (IACI) has held talks to buy the company, Re/code reports. DramaFever has also talked to AMC Networks (AMCX) about helping the programmer launch its own Web video subscription services. Valuations for DramaFever have ranged between $80-140M. Reference Link