ZipRecruiter has outgrown its offices and opened new headquarters in Santa Monica in space once occupied by Google, to house about 400 employees. The rapidly growing employment marketplace also expanded its offices in Tempe, Arizona and Tel Aviv, Israel in the past 18 months.
Japanese jobs placement site Wantedly has officially launched its simple notification service (SNS) in Hong Kong after successfully completing a test run in the peninsula.
Japanese social recruiting site Wantedly announced on Wednesday that it will use tech firm Dentsu Inc.’s services to develop advertisement products for its business card management app Wantedly People.
A Delhi-based govtech startup ItzEasy is the latest addition to Quikr's long line of strategic partnerships in India. Itzeasy helps users reduce the hassle associated with government documentation processes.
Indian automobile marketplace Droom has announced an improved marketing budget for FY2018-19. At around $60 million U.S., the renewed marketing budget marks 75 percent increase from previous year's budget at $33 million (₹225 crores).
Recruit Holdings has added another champion to its already impressive stable by acquiring Glassdoor for $1.2 billion U.S.. The Tokyo-based company, which also owns Indeed, announced the completion of the deal in a news statement sent to AIM Group on Thursday.
InfoJobs.net, the leading job board in Spain, has formed a partnership with e-sport team ASUS ROG Army. The collaboration involves sponsorship from InfoJobs, and joint efforts to promote and "professionalize" the electronic sports sector.
51Job.com confirmed the leak, but said that its database had not been hacked but rather that the hackers stole the information from other sources and then “tested” them on its platform. 51Job.com did not elaborate on the source of the stolen data but hinted that the incident was associated with a massive data breach of NetEase’s email service in 2015.
China has been without centralised regulation of the e-commerce sector since the its inception, and the eventual form that the law takes will potentially have serious ramifications for e-commerce companies of all sizes, including the likes of Alibaba Group Holdings (NYSE: BABA) and JD.com.
Yixin Group will also be relinquishing its Taoche.com brand to Yusheng under the terms of the arrangement, "they will run that brand themselves," confirmed the representative of Yixin Group. Taoche.com has been the principle brand under which Yixin Group has facilitated all auto transactions - both used and new - since it was initially launched in June 2017. Yixin Group will be returning to its Yixin Chedai 易鑫车贷 brand, it was confirmed. Who or what Yusheng Holdings actually is, however, remains a mystery. Yixin has only stated that it is a "a company that is principally engaged in the used automobile transaction business" - but it appears also to be an entirely new start-up, without any business listing either in China or abroad.