Sausalito, Calif. -- Glassdoor.com, a Sausalio-based consumer technology startup that remains largely in stealth mode, revealed that it has raised $3 million in its second round of funding, led by Benchmark Capital. The company, which previously had been funded by co-founders Robert Hohman (CEO) and Rich Barton (non-executive chairman), recently launched a private beta test of its service, and expects to officially launch it in the coming months. Barton and Hohman, who also serves as the chairman and CEO of Zillow.com, previously worked together at Expedia, which Barton founded in 1994, and also Microsoft, where they both began their careers. The company's other co-founder is Tim Besse, who serves as vice president of product and marketing. Other initial board members include Erik Blachford, the CEO of TerraPass and former president and CEO of
Expedia; Stephen Kaufer, the president and CEO of TripAdvisor; and Rusty Rueff, the former CEO of SNOCAP.