Vinit Bharara was co-founded with Marc Lore and sold to Amazon for $540 million in 2010. A believer in easily recognizable domain names(Quidsi launched Diapers.com, Wag.com, and Soap.com), he bought it.
Preet Bharara was an early investor in Quidsi, the parent company of Diapers.com, which was co-founded by his brother, Vinit. When Amazon acquired the company for $545 million in 2011, Bharara earned "a little over one million" in cash..
After a year of reflecting, researching, and bouncing ideas off of Lore and his brother, US attorney Preet Bharara, launched as a Cafe.com broadly-angled eclectic digital magazine.Bharara’s goal is to find great writers, give them autonomy to write about their passions, and equip them with customized tools, including a custom CMS called “Monsoon.”
- Bharara is funding the company himself, with $5 million to start, and plan to raise more capital and start other sites in the future. His former boss, Bezos, made a much larger investment last year to buy The Washington.
- Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has jailed a hedge fund billionaire and garnered an indictment and arrest of Assembly speaker Sheldon Silver. ..........READ MORE ABOUT PREET BHARARA