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Limos.com CEO Tells His Entrepreneurial Story To Interviewer

Posted on January 25, 2012
Limos.com CEO T.J. Clark.

Limos.com CEO T.J. Clark.

Limos.com CEO T.J. Clark.
Limos.com CEO T.J. Clark.

SAN FRANCISCO -- T.J. Clark joined Limos.com as president and CEO in March 2008. He was previously vice president of business operations at IAC/InterActiveCorp, which consisted of more than 85 Internet brands with 20 million visitors per day (ranked eighth worldwide), including Expedia, Hotels.com, Ticketmaster, LendingTree, and Match.com.

Clark was previously a member the Hotwire.com startup team beginning in March 2000. Hotwire.com became the fourth-ranked U.S. online travel company within two years of operations, generating more than $1 billion in travel bookings. Hotwire was acquired by IAC in 2004. Prior to joining Hotwire, Clark was a trial attorney in Chicago, most recently at Lord, Bissell & Brook. He holds a JD from Loyola Chicago School of Law and a BS from Notre Dame, where he was a member of the NCAA swimming team.

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Source: Sramana Mitra

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Comments ( 1 )
  •  | about 6 years ago

    In my opinion Limos.com current platform is an "arena" for operators to undercut each other. Operators are consistently lowering their rates on Limos.com to win trips. Operators linked to Limos.com ask yourself have you reduced your rates?

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