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RISMEDIA, March 17, 2008-Move, Inc., a leader in online real estate, announces the appointment of Mike J. d’Almada-Remedios, Ph.D., as chief technology officer (CTO). Leading Move’s global team of engineers and IT staff, the company says that d’Almada-Remedios will direct the company’s strategic and tactical technology initiatives, driving the development of solutions to successfully meet consumer needs in a rapidly evolving market. d’Almada-Remedios will be based at Move’s Northern California office in Campbell, California.

“We’re delighted to welcome Mike to Move’s executive team of industry experts during this important time in our company’s development,” said Lorna Borenstein, president of Move, Inc. “He is a proven talent that comes to us from the leader in e-commerce and comparison shopping – two critical areas for Move and our consumers. Mike’s expertise and background are tremendous assets that complement Move’s core strategic objective of providing the best online real estate search experience. We’re confident Mike’s leadership will strengthen our position as the leader in online real estate, especially as it relates to Web technology.”

Dr. d’Almada-Remedios will leverage his expertise in Web portal design and operations at Move by building and leading teams responsible for the functionality, performance, scalability and reliability of the company’s platforms that support its websites and operations. He’ll also be responsible for establishing and managing key alliances to further support Move’s category dominance, as well as contribute to the rapid introduction of cutting-edge real estate technology solutions.

“Move has established a solid and lasting position as the leader in online real estate with an accomplished and highly respected team of innovative engineers,” said d’Almada-Remedios. “It’s an honor to join Move to continue the acceleration of the successful development of and I’m very excited to lead the continued advancement of the company’s technology infrastructure and customer-facing applications.”

Prior to joining Move, Dr. d’Almada-Remedios was the chief information officer (CIO) at eBay and and served as a member of the technology board for eBay, PayPal and Skype. At, he led cross-functional workgroups responsible for defining and building next-generation search, catalog, classification and product platforms, increasing software engineering productivity, site stability and scalability. Dr. d’Almada-Remedios achieved similar accomplishments at and Travelocity, where he served as CIO prior to joining eBay.

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