Eyeblaster, an online ad company which hoped to trump the sales of Pointroll and Klipmart, is off the market after failing to attract a buyer.
Competitors Pointroll and Klipmart have already found buyers (Pointroll sold to Gannett for $100 million and DoubleClick snapped up Klipmart for around $50 million).
Video advertising is the talk of the town in Silicon Valley and Madison Ave. So why couldn’t Eyeblaster find a buyer?
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