Property search site Trulia announced changes to its management team Monday as the next step toward an initial public offering.Trulia co-founder Sami Inkinen, formerly the company's chief operating officer, will become the company's president. He will shift his focus to the company's strategic growth, including mergers and acquisitions, partnerships and overall business growth, the company said. Paul Levine, a Silicon Valley veteran and formerly president of new media at Current TV, will take over as COO. He will head the consumer services and business services divisions of Trulia. "Paul's consumer Internet experience and local advertising background, combined with Sami's keen focus on strategic growth and building new businesses, will help us become the category leader and continue transforming the online real estate experience," said Pete Flint, CEO and co-founder of Trulia, in a statement. "We've doubled the size of our business in the last 12 months, and wi...
by Gill South | 3 days
by Teke Wiggin | 3 days
by Ingrid Burke | 4 days
by Inman | on Feb 14, 2017
by Andrea V. Brambila | 20 hours