In real estate listings deal with Zillow, Trulia bears most of the risk

Steven Davidoff Solomon writes for The New York Times, July 31, 2014

The bargain the two competitors struck is completely in Zillow’s favor. It permits the company to walk away from the transaction if regulators take any step to limit the combined company on antitrust grounds. Not only that, the parties agreed to severely limit what Trulia can do in the operation of its business until the deal closes or is terminated.