Realty portal Housing.com's board has fired the company's co-founder and chief executive officer Rahul Yadav effective immediately. The development was also confirmed by Housing's majority investor SoftBank and an official release from the company. Yadav will no longer be an employee or be associated with the company, the release read. "The Housing Board, unanimously agreed to bring Yadav's tenure to a close, with reference to his behavior towards investors, ecosystem and the media. The Board believed that his behavior is not befitting of a CEO and is detrimental to the company, known for its innovative approach to product development, market expansion and brand building," Housing said in a statement. Housing said that the hunt for an interim CEO is underway and a transition plan has been put in place. The current senior executives of Housing will continue to run the operations…
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