First came the brashness. Then came the much-publicized fight with his board members. And finally, it’s LSD. The Steve Jobs trifecta is complete, and the legend of Rahul Yadav is born.
Rahul Yadav, erstwhile CEO of Housing.com, and enfant terrible of Indian startup community, just posted this on his Facebook page.
Rahul Yadav is not one to stay out of the limelight for too long. Barely a fortnight after his dramatic ouster from Housing.com, and an intervening period when he tried to look for a girlfriend on Facebook, Rahul is back to doing what he does best. He’s announced a startup that will be bigger and better than Housing.com.
A week after Housing.com CEO Rahul Yadav was asked to step down from his post, the board has found a replacement. Rishabh Gupta, a Housing employee for 2 years, has been appointed as interim CEO.
The Housing.com website has been hacked and a mysterious message has been put up by the perpetrators.
Rahul Yadav, the controversial CEO of Housing.com, has been fired by the board, brining and end to his tumultuous tenure as CEO.
Times Of India today reported that Housing.com CEO Rahul Yadav had stepped down again from his post. This would have been his second resignation in as many months. The TOI report said that their sources had told them that this time his resignation will be accepted by the board of the real estate portal. The report claimed that Yadav, 26, who has been involved in a string of controversies, will be asked to stay on…
Today, Rahul Yadav is the hotshot young CEO of a 1500 crore corporation. He’s done Reddit AMAs, the media can’t stop talking about him, and he has a legion of fans that follow his every move. But less than 3 years ago, he was just another entrepreneur struggling to promote his business.
Rahul Yadav’s twitter, which hasn’t been used in 2 years, offers a fascinating glimpse into the early struggles of his company.
Housing.com has acquired Realty BI, a Delhi based startup that deals with business intelligence in the real estate space, for Rs. 12-24 crore. This is Housing.com’s second major acquisition this year, after it had snapped up Indian Real Estate Forum for Rs. 8 crore in March. Here’s a detailed look at the newest member of the Housing family.
After declaring that he would give distribute his company’s shares among his employees, Rahul Yadav has challenged rival CEOs to do the same.
Housing.com CEO Rahul Yadav announced his intention to offload his share in the company to his staff, sources have reported. The announcement was made in a town hall meeting held earlier today.