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Morris, Monster part; Adicio takes over

Morris, Monster part; Adicio takes over

Morris Publishing is moving the recruitment sites of all 40 of its publications from Monster to Adicio's CareerCast, adding several new features.

Here's the announcement:

Adicio to Power New Career Centers For Morris Publishing Group’s Newspapers Nationwide

Carlsbad, CA/Augusta


Monster puts the Monster back in Monster

Monster puts the Monster back in Monster

WESTON, Mass. – Monster Worldwide unveiled a new business strategy on Wednesday, one that could disrupt not only the recruitment advertising industry worldwide, but the recruitment industry as well. The strategy moves simultaneously along several fronts: Want to know more about

Monster, Military.com host veteran, employer job summit

Monster, Military.com host veteran, employer job summit

Monster Worldwide and its subsidiary Military.com hosted April 30 National Veteran Employment Summit, an informational career gathering of employers and military veterans.Here's the announcement:

Monster and Military.com Host Veteran and Employer Dialogue at National Veteran Employment Summit

More than 150 Employers, Members of Congress Hel


Monster reports small loss, huge promises

Monster reports small loss, huge promises

Monster Worldwide reported a Q1 net loss of $470,000, and a year-over-year 7 percent revenue drop to $198 million.  Its resume database access, the bright spot, was up YOY 27 percent.In one of several hints about May 14 new-product unveilings, president, CEO and board chair Sal Iannuzzi hinted that Monster's resume product would be part of the rollouts. He said that the increase in resume traf


Monster, CareerBuilder visitors targeted by malware

Monster, CareerBuilder visitors targeted by malware

Job seekers and recruiters visiting Monster.com and CareerBuilder.com are subject to theft of their log-in credentials by Trojan malware program.Here's the announcement: 

 Gameover malware takes aim at Monster.com and CareerBuilder.com

In addition to CareerBuilder, new variants of the Trojan program target Monster.com, researchers from F-Sec


Indeed traffic up 21%, Monster down 36%

Indeed traffic up 21%, Monster down 36%

According to a ComScore look at December 2013 traffic, job seekers are increasingly preferring aggregators to major recruitment sites. Additionally, Indeed.com is preferred to its major competitor, SimplyHired. In a look at traffic for the "big four" - Indeed, SimplyHired, Monster and CareerBuilder -  Indeed was the only one whose traffic didn't take a year-over-year nose dive.



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