Short Hills, N.J.—Business and marketing information company Dun & Bradstreet has reportedly put itself on the market and hired investment banks to help with the sale.
As first reported
by The Wall Street Journal
, D&B has hired JPMorgan Chase and Credit Suisse Group to reach out to potential buyers.
D&B's database contains information on more than 200 million companies worldwide. It also owns business information company Hoover's Inc. and the small-business information site Allbusiness.com.