Jobindex has done it again - it declared another huge dividend to its shareholders. And, since Kaare Danielsen, CEO and founder of Jobindex, owns 93 percent of the company, he will walk away with the bulk of the dividend payout (again).
In Turkey, real estate verticals are giving Sahibinden a run for its money when it comes to the fairly new, and developing source of income, namely new building projects. At present, real estate vertical Zingat.com commands the lion's share of the new-projects income stream.
Alibaba Group, China’s leading b-to-b marketplace, announced today that seven top Chinese e-commerce influencers will tour Australia in a bid to create further demand for Alibaba and local exporters.
Global recruitment platform Seek lifted its stake in Online Education Services (OES), its joint venture with Swinburne University, from 50 to 80 percent, as the company eyes global expansion.
Global recruitment platform Seek (ASX: SEK) is facing opposition to the planned privatization of Zhaopin (NYSE: ZPIN) from a number of Zhaopin's minority shareholders.
Brazilian autos marketplace InstaCarro.com announced it had generated more than $32 million U.S in revenue in its first year of operation. Can the rapid-growing site challenge existing auto verticals?
The Delhi High Court restrained online auto classifieds start-up Cars24.com from airing advertisements disparaging the services offered by OLX India, reported news agency PTI.
Expertera, the Turkish marketplace which brings experienced, freelance specialists and companies together, is slowly building an international talent pool. Today, 30 percent of the experts registered on the site are from outside Turkey.
ItsMyCall, a new job site catering specifically to the call center industry, launched in Australia recently, and already claims more than 50,000 unique visitors per month and 6,500 paid subscribers.
Down under, Realestate.com.au launched 'front page' advertising on its homepage.