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  • Realogy CEO announces retirement, names replacement

    Effective Dec. 31, 2017
    Realogy Holdings Corp. named Ryan Schneider as CEO, effective Dec. 31, 2017, in light of the retirement of Realogy's current chairman and CEO, Richard Smith. Smith worked with the board to select Schneider and is slated to retire at the end of the year after 21 years of leadership with the company.
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  • How did the massive Equifax breach happen? Former CEO answers

    Breach due to “both human error and technology failures”
    Former Equifax Chairman and CEO Richard Smith is headed to Washington D.C. this week for back-to-back hearings on the massive Equifax data breach. The hearing should shed light on exactly how a breach of this size happened. Along with issuing a public apology to the nation, Smith's testimony provides a chronological account of how the breach happened.
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  • Equifax CEO steps down after massive data breach

    "It is in the best interests of the company"
    The man in charge of the credit bureau that suffered a massive data breach that exposed the personal information of 143 million U.S. consumers to hackers is stepping down. As Equifax continues to deal with the impact of the breach, it announced CEO and Chairman of the Board Richard Smith, is retiring, effective today.
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  • Realogy Holdings forms tech hub ZapLabs

    Focuses on accelerating change within real estate
    The latest business venture from Realogy Holdings falls in line with a growing focus of technology in the mortgage market. The real estate company announced that ZapLabs is its new innovation and technology hub. Moving forward, Richard Smith, Realogy's chairman, CEO and president, foresees ZapLabs more broadly focusing its creative energy on the application of emerging technologies.
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  • Realogy 2Q14 net revenue hits $1.5B

    Beats analyst expectations
    Realogy reported second-quarter net income of $68 million and basic earnings per share for the quarter of $0.47, beating estimates by $0.03 and outperforming the high end of its previously announced guidance range.
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  • The 10 most powerful real estate media executives

    List of power players includes HousingWire's own Paul Jackson
    Swanepoel 200 list names the 200 most powerful people in residential real estate in 2013, then breaks them down into subcategories. It also highlights top real estate media execs on their power, influence and contribution to the industry.
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