Zillow and Hotwire founder: How I led two companies back from crises

Spencer Rascoff knows a lot about running a company during a crisis. He’s the CEO of Zillow, which he ran through the housing crash. That was after he ran Hotwire, which survived the dot com crash only to learn it sold plane tickets to the 9/11 hijackers. Through personal and professional tragedies, Rascoff and his companies bounced back. Zillow’s now worth $5 billion. On this episode, Rascoff tells how he did it. Plus, he tells us about working with Uber’s new CEO, and what it was like touring with rock bands as a kid. On this episode of "Success! How I Did It," Rascoff describes how he navigated personal and professional blows. Plus, he tells us about working with Uber’s new CEO, and what it was like touring with rock bands as a kid.

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