Jobindex, Denmark’s very profitable job site, acquired the software product Joblicate, a program for video-screening job applicants. The price wasn't disclosed.
The long-running case in the Competitions Appeals Tribunal on the legality of the 'one-other-site' rule imposed on estate agents by U.K. real estate vertical OnTheMarket (OTM), came to a close last week and a decision is awaited.
Days after our report that Indeed Inc. is doubling its staff at its EMEA headquarters in Dublin, the world’s leading jobs aggregator announced a new office in the U.S. - and more new jobs.
LatAm Autos (ASX: LAA), a classifieds company operating auto sites in Mexico, Bolivia, Ecuador and Argentina, remains in a trading halt after the company failed to raise $12.5 million AUD ($9.6 million U.S.) earlier this month.
JobSpotter, the original jobs app of Indeed.com which has received a lot of praise from mom-and-pop stores in the U.S. and Australia for giving their hyper-local, offline, help-wanted ads an online presence, launched in the U.K..
Last Friday, Scott Forbes, chairman of Rightmove, announced the forthcoming retirement of Nick McKittrick from the company after sixteen years of service in different management positions.
The brothers Amit and Anurag Jain, the two co-founders of Girnar Software in 2007, stopped drawing salaries in December and will only start drawing salaries again when the company turns a profit. Girnar Software owns three major auto platforms, namely CarDekho, ZigWheels and Gaadi.com.
The Trading Post (TradingPost.com.au), formerly an Australian classifieds powerhouse, is looking to make a comeback after raising up to $15 million AUD ($11.5 million U.S.) through stockbroker Bell Potter, to resume the marketshare battle with industry giants Gumtree, EBay, Carsales and Realestate.com.au.
Naspers created a new cloud-based Business Intelligence (BI) system with analytical tools for a wide range of managers and specialists, using data from all Naspers’ classified sites in Poland.
Australian telecommunications company Telstra Holdings announced it had realized $217 million U.S. with the sale of its 6.5-percent stake in Autohome, and that the offload was carefully timed to deliver the highest possible return.