I was lying in bed, safely reading a magazine, when the fear arose. It started somewhere between my stomach and my chest, and it radiated outward
Were it not for one-time expenses in the not-yet-completed HotJobs purchase, Monster broke even in the 2nd quarter. But even considering the $5.2 million expense, the recruitment advertising company still managed to do better than the consensus of Wall Street analysts. Analysts expected a loss between 3 cents and 5 cents a share on revenue of $216 million. Monster, which reported its financial this afternoon , came in at break-even on earnings per share and $214.9 million on revenue
The Internet’s naming authority will take up the controversial plan to expand the .jobs addresses at its Aug. 5th telephone conference. The agenda of the board of directors of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers was released a short while ago and includes consideration of the proposal. Also on the agenda for the three-hour meeting is the even more controversial proposal to approve a .XXX extension for porn sites.
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HR software vendor Taleo grew its revenue and customer count during the second quarter of this year and though it also grew its net loss, the company beat Wall Street’s earnings estimates. The company reported this afternoon that it lost $1.4 million, up from just $113,000 in the same quarter last year. Stock options and costs relating to previous acquisitions totaling $6.9 million were responsible for the loss
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Today, the U.S.
The much-watched Consumer Confidence Index hit a five month low in July, dampening investor enthusiasm after three days of big gains in the Dow and most other markets. The Dow closed in positive territory, but just barely.