Recruitment giant CareerBuilder.com will lease over 30,000 square feet for a sales office on two floors of the 13-story Two Live Oak across from Lenox Square Mall in Atlanta's trendy and techie Buckhead community, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
Two very good overview articles about international media / newspaper companies today:
--- The Financial Times has an overview of Naspers in advance of its annual earnings report on Tuesday. It outlines how Naspers stock has soared during the past few years, primarily because of its huge stake in the Chinese dot-com Tencent, and looks at its classified and other businesses.
Profit margins are great at Cars.com, pretty damned good at CareerBuilder.com, and growth at both companies is expected to be in the double digits for the next three years.
Tegna, the spinoff from Gannett that will operate both companies when the corporate split is completed next week, provided guidance on both of its major digital units in an
Gannett has finally named its broadcast and digital division, the new breakaway company that will oversee Cars.com and CareerBuilder.
Here's the announcement:
Gannett announces TEGNA as name of new Broadcasting and Digital company
McLEAN, VA – Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI) said today that it has chosen TEGNA as the name for the new Broadcasting and Digital company. Gannett
Most U.S. women probably didn't need CareerBuilder to point out that they haven't made much progress in job equality. They have lost share in higher-paying jobs and thus earn less. But other statistics in this special CareerBuilder report are notable: Millennials are being forced to "take what they can get" which means that the teenager looking for that after-school or summer-vacation job is somew
Chris Cordery, who spent 11 years at CareerBuilder, has been named SVP of sales at CareerBuilder competitor RealMatch.
While Cordery spent the last three years at VP of sales at IBM, he was with CareerBuilder from 2000 to 2011. In 2010 he was promoted from his long-time CB position of VP
CareerBuilder's advertising sales team had a prosperous though not celebratory fourth quarter and full year 2014. While the recruitment giant is no longer reporting the ad sales generated by its newspaper affiliates, a company spokesperson told the AIM Group that its own team generated $181 million in global revenue for Q4 and $713 million for the year. In North America alone Q4 sales totaled $16
Activist investor Carl Icahn --- fresh from a victory at EBay, where he forced the company to split itself into two and just signed a shareholder agreement --- now has Gannett in his sights. He’s starting a proxy battle to put two of his representatives on the board at Gannett Co. Inc., which has already