CareerBuilder may soon be owned by a New York-based, publicly traded private equity firm. Reuters reports that an anticipated deal with Chicago-based GTCR LLC fell through, and CareerBuilder's owners are now in negotiations with Apollo Global Management, which is traded on the NYSE.
The revenue earned by Barcelona-based aggregator Trovit in its financial year to end-March dropped 22 percent to JPY 3.2 billion ($29 million U.S.) in FY2016/17 from JPY 4.1 billion ($37 million U.S.) in FY2015/16, parent company Lifull reported earlier this month.
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Zillow is being sued in a potential class-action case that charges its Zestimates of home values are illegal in Illinois. Separately, Zillow yesterday launched an "instant offers" program to match home-sellers with investment buyers, promising all-cash offers and possible closings on their homes within a week. The latter program immediately kicked off a firestorm of ...
Auto Trader, the U.K.'s largest online auto site, announced that it will terminate its six-year-long relationship with MotoNovo Finance, and no longer supply the stock feed of the auto finance site.
Lifull Home’s (at Homes.co.jp), the biggest real estate site in Japan operated by general classified aggregator Trovit’s parent company Lifull Co. Ltd (TSE: 2120), continues its bet on mobile technologies for critical mass by rolling out a new function.
The used-goods auction platform Xianyu, long considered a footnote to b-to-b behemoth Taobao, is beginning to spread its wings. With mid-2016 expansion into property, used autos and “valuables” (antiquities and jewelry) showing early success, Xianyu now announced the opening its first offline “experience outlet” for used cars in Hangzhou.
VivaReal, a leading real estate classified vertical in Brazil, has released a chat feature for users at its mobile app.
Now valued at $2.8 billion, the German c-to-b platform's revenues are nearly 10-times greater than AutoScout24’s.
More trouble is brewing for Schibsted on its home turf of Sweden. Last year it lost the control battle for real estate site Hemnet, and this year things are shaping up for a battle in the auto vertical.