Here are more highlights from Monster's third quarter results, as filed in its 10-Q on Nov. 4.
-- It acquired Trovix (search-oriented career matching) for $64 million, Affinity Labs (law enforcement, healthcare, education, government and technology jobs and community) for $61.5 million, and the remaining part of ChinaHR that it didn’t already own for $174 million and the conver
By Jim Townsend
Well, OK. It's not. Not yet. But it's getting there, and we wanted be the first to use the cliche.
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Look for a new, improved Monster.com in January, CEO and Chairman Sal Iannuzzi said in Monster Worldwide's thir
Job portal Monster’s Q3 revenues of $332 million dropped by 1 percent over the year and missed the market’s expectations of $336 million.
International revenues grew by 17 percent to $142 million while North American career revenues declined by 12 percent over the year.
Monster is actively trying to cut expenses.
The Monster.com Employment Index for Canada has reported an overall drop of online job postings of 12 percent in the third quarter of this year. Nine out of 10 job categories declined in 13 Canadian cities.
Monster monitors job postings from a large selection of corporate career sites and job boards, not just Monster.
Ad network interCLICK has three new executives for its recently opened offices in San Francisco. Chris Yorro and Troy Nelson will be sales directors in San Francisco, and Laura Driscoll will serve as director of advertising sales in Chicago.
Driscoll was previously in the classified advertising space where she worked as was Midwest sales manager at
Recruitment powerhouse Monster Worldwide has launched a new site for prospective college students called Admissions.com. The site aims to be “a comprehensive online resource geared toward providing tips and helping prospective college students and their parents find -- and get into -- the ri
Monster evidently out-advertises its competitors online, according to a recent Nielsen report -- at least for the week ending Sept. 14.
In that week, Monster garnered more than 459,000 ad impressions across the Web, accounting for almost 83 percent of all ad impressions for recruitment sites. CareerBuilder took a very distant second, with a little more than 54,000 impressions, or 9.8 per