After mulling sale, Business Insider raises funds
After rejecting an informal offer from AOL to sell its site, Business Insider is likely raising another round of financing from existing investors, including Jeff Bezos, Amazon's CEO, Re/code reported.
The business news site's co-founder Kevin Ryan had said before he'd be willing to sell it for $200 million. Since Ryan did not apparently get an offer for that price, Business Insider's is raising more money, Re/code reported.
To read more on the effort, read the full Re/code article
—By Kara Swisher, recode.net.
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