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How does Monster.com use gender and ethnicity information?

Glaskowsky notices something odd on the Monster.com signup form.

By August 3, 2008

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Monster.com waited 5 days to disclose data theft

The Internet security breach resulted in the theft of confidential information from some 1.3 million job seekers.

By August 23, 2007

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Monster.com founder to form new venture

Jeff Taylor, who founded the job search site, will exit in August; Monster Worldwide plans to seed his start-up.

By June 13, 2005

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Monster.com's resume purge draws fire

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.

By April 23, 2003

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Monster.com warns of ID theft

The online career listing site is warning its users of fake job postings bent on stealing personal information, the company confirmed.

By February 28, 2003

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The Starting Line: A look behind Monster.com's sudden slump

Analysts are surprised that sales growth deteriorated so quickly for the online job site, which announced layoffs last week.

By October 9, 2001

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A look behind Monster.com's sudden slump

Analysts are surprised that sales growth deteriorated so quickly for the online job site, which announced layoffs last week.

By October 9, 2001

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New & Noteworthy: Monster.com's lack of privacy; Elite purchases ComputerWare name; more

New & Noteworthy: Monster.com's lack of privacy; Elite purchases ComputerWare name; more

By September 6, 2001

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Monster.com set to capture rival

The company strikes a deal to acquire rival HotJobs.com for $460 million as part of a strategy to lead the online job recruiting market.

June 29, 2001