Ancestry.com was never owned or operated by the Mormon Church; however, it was owned for sometime by members of the church.
In October 2012, Ancestry.com agreed to be acquired by a private equity group consisting of Permira Advisers LLP, members of Ancestry.com’s management team, including CEO Tim Sullivan and CFO Howard Hochhauser, and Spectrum Equity for $32 per share or around $1.6 billion.
 February 18, 2015 at 2:24pm
Seriously, where was the security for this event? Anyone getting up on a stage when a singer/artist is performing can have a different outcome. No one should be able to get up on a stage like this obviously stoned/drunk fan. Don’t get the wrong message here, no one should abuse another person like Joseph Foreman aka Afroman did. But, seriously, where was the security??
If security had been doing their job, none of this sh|t would’ve gone done. It’s as simple as that!
May 24, 2013 at 2:44pm
I notice how many didn’t bother to note that Jon DID indeed INTENTIONALLY put Erroris in the headline.
“P.S.S. My intentional error in the headline was lost on many. Alas, I’ve changed it.”
How sad it was lost on MANY!
Thanks for the laugh Jon!
October 8, 2012 at 4:55pm
G.E.R: If you pose for a magazine, sometimes the magazine does provide the clothing; but not always. The left complain about Ann Romney’s clothes but don’t do the same with Michelle Obama or another prominent democrat; it smells like hypocrisy & class warfare. One point about this Vogue article I find disturbing is that Vogue has done a lot of airbrushing of Debbie Wasserman Schultz.