Trulia co-founder and President Sami Inkinen will be stepping down as president effective March 31, and will no longer be involved in the company's day-to-day operations after that date but will continue to serve on the company's board of directors. He announced the decision in a blog post. Inkinen, who co-founded the online real estate search and marketing company in 2005 with CEO Pete Flint, served as the company's chief operating officer until February 2011, when Trulia brought in former Current TV executive Paul Levine as his successor in the position.In December, Trulia hired two additional executives -- Sean Aggarwal as chief financial officer and Scott Darling as general counsel -- the additions may help move the company toward an eventual initial public offering.Aggarwal is a veteran of PayPal, eBay and Amazon North America, and Darling helped data security company Imperva Inc. execute a successful IPO."In the last 24 months, we've significantly built out our senior manage...
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