Story – “I doubt if Pete Cashmore would sell Mashable for $200m”

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Last week, it was reported that CNN was  on the verge of buying social media news website Mashable for “upwards of $200m”.

Scottish-born Pete Cashmore founded Mashable in 2005. Since then, he has consistently managed the blog to be arguably the biggest technology/social media news report site on the internet.

But the question is, what would compel Pete Cashmore to sell such a great website? Seriously nothing can; because there is nothing better than nurturing a cause from the scratch and making it big like Mashable is now…Pete, keeping making Mashable big and interesting!


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