Recruitment

Monster Q2 revenue beats expectations

Monster Worldwide reported Q2 revenue of $180 million, beating slightly analysts’ expectations but losing 7.2 percent on a year-over-year basis. The company reported 10 cents earning per share, beating estimates by 2 cents. It was enough to lift shares to a 52-week high of $6.97 (NYSE:MMW) and raising the company’s market cap to $621.53 million. “Our quarterly results exceeded our...

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LinkedIn Q2 revenues rise, stock tumbles

LinkedIn’s Q2 revenues jumped 33 percent from the same quarter in 2014 to $712 million, beating analysts’ expectations. The company said it expects full-year revenues of $2.94 billion. Premium subscriptions were up 22 percent to $128 million. Marketing solution revenues rose 32 percent to $140 million. It also said that Lynda.com – the online training platform it bought for $1.5 billion –...

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Avito to expand its real estate operations in St. Petersburg

Avito.ru, Russia’s leading general classifieds platform, is looking to make inroads in the real estate sector of St. Petersburg, Russia’s second largest city. According to local media outlet Delovoy Peterburg, the company is hiring content moderators and call center operators in the city. Avito tends to develop local offices of operations in regions it sees as vital, with both Moscow...

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Turkey’s new job aggregator is called Issizibulsun

A bit more than one year ago Indeed.com was still Turkey’s only job aggregator – now it has three. It has Tumislerburada.com, an aggregator of Kariyer.net. And since May last year it has a third called Issizibulsun.com. Its slogan (“iş sizi bulsun!”) means “Find a job for you”. Issizibulsun currently aggregates 78,000 jobs. In comparison, Indeed’s Turkish...

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DHI Group earnings rise as sale pushed

With a Q2 EPS of $0.11, announced Tuesday, DHI Group Inc. has beat its guidance by a penny a share, a benefit that comes just as a cabal of shareholders that own 4 percent of the stock has demanded that the company be sold because they feel management of the online recruitment company has not been able to grow the company fast enough. Revenues totaled $65.8 million in the second quarter, an...

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DoHire cuts interview time in Turkey

SankOnline, which was established by Sanko Group in Turkey to manage the Internet investments of the Group, launched DoHire, an online job interview startup, which was developed in-house, and cuts the average time needed to interview job candidates on behalf of employers significantly.  According to SankOnline, HR specialists spend on average 45 minutes per interview. With DoHire the average...

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