As speculations surrounded StumbleUpon’s future recently, EBay, the site’s owner, was not shy about the asking price: a walloping $75 million. Though with the revenue that StumbleUpon produces ($5 to $7.5 million), the acquiring price isn’t that far fetched. Yet, where Digg and StumbleUpon might sound like a good merger, Google has enough funds in their pocket to make a sweep here. Having interest to enter this arena, StumbleUpon & Google Reader could be integrated to raise Google RSS feed’s standard. As of late Google is showing a lot of interest in new investments, and this could be a really good one. If you think this’s a good idea or not, for Google to buy StumbleUpon; share your comments!
[via Regular Geek]