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Randstad Q4 revenue flat; Monster down 15%

Similarly to the previous quarter, Q4 of FY2017 brought only 1 percent revenue growth for Randstad North America — with flat growth in US and 10 percent revenue increase in Canada — yet revenue in Europe grew by 11 percent, according to financial results. Randstad (RAND: NV) is an Amsterdam-based staffing company that owns jobs site Monster. Within Europe, the highest growth was recorded in...

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Revenue rises 10% at France’s RegionsJob in FY2015

The revenue of RegionsJob, a French job site with a regional focus, increased 10 percent in FY2015 to €28 million ($32 million U.S.), thanks to more advanced big-data use and investment in mobile. The site, owned by Telegram Group, also enjoyed a 24-percent rise in the number of listings on the site to 37,000 listings. The site consists of eight sub-portals, each servicing a separate geographic...

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Bitauto’s revenue jumps 63% in 2015

Bitauto’s revenue jumps 63% in 2015

Bitauto Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: BITA), which provides Internet content and marketing services for China’s automotive industry, continues to enjoy enviable growth, according to its unaudited financial results for FY2015 released on March 8. The Beijng-based company saw total revenue in the 2015 fiscal year leap by 63.1 percent to RMB 4.01 billion ($619.3 million U.S.). During the fourth quarter of 2015, revenue was RMB 1.24...

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51job beats revenue forecasts in Q4

51job beats revenue forecasts in Q4

51job Inc., the operator of one of China’s leading job boards, beat its own revenue forecasts by $4.39 million U.S. for the fourth quarter of 2015, according to unaudited financial results released by the Shanghai-based company on March 2. The Nasdaq-listed company (JOBS) said that total revenue in the quarter that ended on December 31 increased by 15.6 percent to RMB 610.8 million ($94.3 million...

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China’s 58.com reports massive revenue rise in Q4

China’s 58.com reports massive revenue rise in Q4

China’s 58.com saw a massive increase in its revenue during the fourth quarter of 2015 and a big jump in the number of its paying customers, according to the company’s unaudited financial results published on February 25. The increase in total revenue was primarily driven by the addition of revenue from Ganji and Anjuke, as well as the organic growth of the 58.com platform. “We...

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SouFun revenue up 35 percent in Q4

SouFun revenue up 35 percent in Q4

China’s SouFun Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: SFUN) saw 35 percent revenue growth in the fourth quarter of the year that ended on December 31, 2015. Announcing its unaudited financial results on February 25, the company, operator of leading Chinese real-estate portal Fang.com, said that total revenue in the fourth quarter had increased by 35 percent year-on-year to $300.7 million U.S. Revenue from e-commerce services increased by...

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Zhaopin posts second quarter financial results

Zhaopin posts second quarter financial results

Leading Chinese career platform Zhaopin Ltd. (NYSE: ZPIN) broke all its previous records for revenue in the second quarter of its 2016 fiscal year, the company reported on February 25. In the three months ending on December 31, 2015, total revenue increased by 19.7 percent to RMB 409.2 million ($63.2 million U.S.), exceeding the upper end of the company’s revenue guidance by RMB 9.2 million...

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China’s Autohome surpasses expectations in 2015

China’s Autohome surpasses expectations in 2015

China’s Autohome Inc. (NYSE:ATHM), one of the country’s two main classified automobile sites, has announced its unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and full year that ended on December 31, 2015. For the full year, net revenue increased by 62.4 percent year-over-year to RMB 3,464.0 million ($534.7 million U.S.), while adjusted net income increased by 36.2 percent year-over-year to RMB 1,103.1 million ($170.3 million...

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Spir revenue drops, board appoints new CEO

The French publishing group Spir Communication reported revenue of €403 million ($457 million U.S.) in FY2015, which was 6.4-percent down from FY2014. The board of directors responded by appointing Patrick Puy as CEO in the place of Thierry Vallenet. Vallenet (LinkedIn profile here) had been general director of Spir for the last two-and-a-half years. Despite the overall revenue drop for the group – both year-on-year and in...

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