Glaskowsky notices something odd on the Monster.com signup form.
The Internet security breach resulted in the theft of confidential information from some 1.3 million job seekers.
Technically Incorrect: An analysis of an entire year's tweets shows that there's a geographical split between those who say they like their work and those who say they don't.
Jeff Taylor, who founded the job search site, will exit in August; Monster Worldwide plans to seed his start-up.
App platform TrackVia has some suggestions to protect your tech before Friday's end of the world. I have one or two too.
The new app makes job recruiting on the social network more high profile, something that should worry LinkedIn.
New job search engine uses "science" to make matches, deploying proprietary algorithms that supposedly find the best fit between employers and job seekers.
In 1997, President Clinton signed an executive order creating an electronic embargo against Iran. It's still in effect today -- and causing headaches and hassles for Internet companies.
In a move the company claims is designed to comply with federal regulations, the job-search site will delete most references to job postings and resumes from seven countries.
The online career listing site is warning its users of fake job postings bent on stealing personal information, the company confirmed.