Since spinning off from 21st Century Fox last year, News Corp. has been on an acquisition spree, snapping up a romance-novel publisher, two online business and now a real-estate listing website.
If approved, the online real estate brands will live on separately but offer combined home listings for prospective buyers.
Free app for iPad and Web features thousands of photos of home improvement projects, as well as localized estimates for project costs.
The company reports that it generated $38.5 million in revenue in 2011, but lost $6.2 million during the year.
The company's stock soars from its initial price of $20 a share on its first day of trading. Zillow sold 3.46 million shares to raise $70 million.
The online real estate listings company has priced its IPO between $12 and $14 a share.
Finding no buyers at the $5,000 asking price, the seller says he's willing to trade his Detroit house for an iPhone 6 (preferably a Plus) or a 32GB iPad.
Teamsters urge Mark Zuckerberg to support effort to improve working conditions and provide a wage that allows drivers to live near their jobs.
Leaders of cities outside the typical tech metropolises -- specifically cities touched by Tesla's sprawling electric-car operation in California and Nevada -- want a bigger hand in tech manufacturing.
Larry Magid talks with Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff about the company's new Android rental app.