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August 17, 2012 | By Tiffany Hsu
Trulia Inc., which runs real estate website Trulia.com, filed for an initial public offering Friday that could help the San Francisco company raise up to $75 million. In its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Trulia did not say how many shares it planned to sell or how they would be priced. The company, which noted in its filing that it could raise up to $75 million, said it plans to list under the ticker TRLA on the New York Stock Exchange. Trulia offers services on the Web and mobile applications aimed at prospective home buyers, sellers or renters as well as the real estate professionals trying to attract them as clients.
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ENTERTAINMENT
August 1, 2010 | By Sarah Weinman, Special to Los Angeles Times
Though I write for this West Coast newspaper, I live in New York City. That means, like a lot of dwellers of the five boroughs, I spend a disproportionate amount of time thinking about real estate, whether griping about too-high rents for tiny apartments or the erection of another steel-heavy skyscraper in my neighborhood. Walking underneath scaffolding, zigzagging through hastily constructed passageways and watching the work of those awe-inspiring cranes bring to mind other salient points about the making of buildings: construction delays, unfortunate accidents and financial mismanagement.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 3, 1994 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Menendez brothers have said they are broke. It turns out they are right. Initially valued at $14.5 million, the Menendez family estate has almost entirely been run through, according to recently unsealed probate records that explain how the millions were lost to taxes, legal fees, inflated real estate appraisals and even bad karma.
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