W. Michael Long, who in 2002 led a new management team at Realtor.com's parent company in the wake of a financial scandal and management shakeup, has retired from Realtor.com-operator Move.com with the arrival of a new CEO. Steven H. Berkowitz, the former CEO of search site Ask.com -- which was purchased by InterActiveCorp in 2005 -- is the incoming CEO for Move.com, which operates the most popular U.S. real estate search site. Berkowitz has served on Move's board of directors since June 2008. Move is formerly known as Homestore. The company rebranded in 2006. Before driving a revenue expansion at Ask.com, Berkowitz served as president and chief operating officer for IDG Books, a company that offers "for Dummies" book titles, as well as the "Frommers" and "Cliff Notes" series. He oversaw an initial public offering for IDG during his time there, and annual revenues expanded from about $25 million to $200 million, Move reported. Most recently, from...
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