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Image search added to CarSensor app

Image search added to CarSensor app

A recently-integrated tool in CarSensor's IOS and Android apps enables a buyer or seller to instantly search images to compare prices, for instance, by taking a picture of an auto, or scan a photo.

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Proto unveils vehicle inspection service in Japan

Proto unveils vehicle inspection service in Japan

Proto Corporation operates used-auto site GooNet, imported-auto site GooWorld and GooBike, a search engine for new and used bikes in Japan and partnered with Rakuten’s Signature Japan recently to roll out a vehicle-inspection service.

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AtHome hives upmarket rentals off in new site

AtHome hives upmarket rentals off in new site

AtHome, a real estate information platform in Japan, launched a rental site with upmarket properties only. The site is called Talkie, and is for users with a hang to the "premium lifestyle".

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ILoveChintai takes root in tough Japanese market

ILoveChintai takes root in tough Japanese market

ILoveChintai, a recent entrant to the tough real estate market in Japan, is showing early promise thanks to a unique, feeless, rental brokerage service offered on desktop/mobile sites and a mobile app.

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Indeed turns click-through rates into useful info

Indeed turns click-through rates into useful info

Indeed.com, owned by multinational staffing firm Recruit Holdings of Japan, identified the 50 companies around the globe most desired as employees by tech workers, after analyzing 10 million company reviews.

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Recruit allows employees to work from home

Recruit allows employees to work from home

Recruit Holdings, parent company of Rikunabi and Townwork in Japan, and Indeed.com abroad, which last year gave its employees the option to work from home in a bid to improve innovation, recorded ‘favorable’ feedback from most of its employees.

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