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History of Monster.com 1967 - 2012

History History of monstercom Today 63 million job seekers / month >a million job posts 150 million resumes How Did They Get There? • Creates Telephone Marketing Programs, a company that places ads in Yellow Pages telephone books Andrew J. McKelvey • Advertisements through newspaper section of "Adion" • launches The Monster Board and serves as company CEO • Site is hosted in same facility as Taylor-owned HR company Adion Jeff Taylor TMP acquires Adion and names Taylor as Head of TMP Interactive III Resumes uploaded from 48 countries 15,000 visitors/day A 7,000 job openings throughout the U.S and Canada • TMP goes public on the Nasdaq as TMPW Sells stock for $14/share monster topjob search site on the Internet Posted:50,000 job openings >2 million visitors each month The Monster Board--Online Career Center monster .com • OCC Founder Bill Warren: President of new site • Later, Warren leaves Monster to start newjob board company For Entry-leveljob seekers monster+OBTRAK = monsterTRAK (access to 1,500 college and university career centers) monstermoving.com { provides resources to those relocating for work } New Launch: • TMP Worldwide is added to the S&P 500 Index • Monster purchases the Jobs.com uURL and trademark for $800,000 Note:Icon Represents: * Stock ends *Revenue $21.96/share $679 million • TMP name changed to Monster Worldwide $33.64/share $845 million Launched: Monster Employment Index (reveiw millions of job postings across corporate career sites and job boards) $40.82/share $986 million Company sells North American and Japanese Yellow Pages division • Monster founder Jeff Taylor leaves company to create Eons.com $46.64/share $1,116 million • McKelvey resigns and is replaced by William M. Pastore as chairman and CEO • Lead lawyer Myron Olesnyckuj fired (due to past stock-option grant practices) • comScore declares Monster among 20 most visited websites in the world $32.40/share $1,351million • Pastore leaves and lannuzzi is named as new chairman and CEO • Identity theft:millions of users are victims in less than two weeks, company draws scrutiny $12.09/share $1,343 million • Monster acquires trovix.asemantic job search engine, for $72.5million • Monster buys R.com, China's second-most popular online recruitment site. 中华 美才 同 • McKelvey pleads guilty to backdating stock options McKelvey dies: due to pancreatic cancer, at 74-years old $17.40/share $905 million • Monster unveils Power Resume Search and Job Search, powered by 6Sense search technology, built on Trovix matching software. SLHACKED Identity theft again: Hackers steal demographic information from monster.co.uk- • Stock options fraud: Former President and CO0 James Treacy is sentenced to two years in federal prison • Stock options case: Monster agrees to pay $2.5million to settle. $914 million YAHOO! hötjobs $23.63/share Competition eliminated: Monster acquires Yahoo! Hot Jobs for $225 million. • Monster India expands its rural area-focused job site to four more states. 6Sense-powered Monster Applicant Matchingreleased. $7.93/share $1,040 million Monster unveils Beknown( f app): professional social networking for job seekers and employers. Cloud-based search and analytics platform for employers that runs on 65ense technology. BeKnown SeeMore o Stock drops 66%, company gets moved to the S&P MidCap 400. ars • As of April 20, Monster stock was trading at $8.26 per share ars technica the art of technology • To target job seekers: a new media alliance with WIRED & Ars Technica formed • lannuzzi announces: Monster is considering selling all or parts of its job board Salvatore lannuzzi Source: Infographic Sponsored by http://www.about-monster.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster.com http://www.google.com/finance http://ir.monster.com http://www.ere.net/ http://www.about-monster.com/in_the_news PCRecruiter. www.PCRecruiter.net 1994 966L 666L 2002 8002 III 2004 2006 2010 2012 1967 S66L 866L 0002 E002 2005 6002 2007 LLOZ History History of monstercom Today 63 million job seekers / month >a million job posts 150 million resumes How Did They Get There? • Creates Telephone Marketing Programs, a company that places ads in Yellow Pages telephone books Andrew J. McKelvey • Advertisements through newspaper section of "Adion" • launches The Monster Board and serves as company CEO • Site is hosted in same facility as Taylor-owned HR company Adion Jeff Taylor TMP acquires Adion and names Taylor as Head of TMP Interactive III Resumes uploaded from 48 countries 15,000 visitors/day A 7,000 job openings throughout the U.S and Canada • TMP goes public on the Nasdaq as TMPW Sells stock for $14/share monster topjob search site on the Internet Posted:50,000 job openings >2 million visitors each month The Monster Board--Online Career Center monster .com • OCC Founder Bill Warren: President of new site • Later, Warren leaves Monster to start newjob board company For Entry-leveljob seekers monster+OBTRAK = monsterTRAK (access to 1,500 college and university career centers) monstermoving.com { provides resources to those relocating for work } New Launch: • TMP Worldwide is added to the S&P 500 Index • Monster purchases the Jobs.com uURL and trademark for $800,000 Note:Icon Represents: * Stock ends *Revenue $21.96/share $679 million • TMP name changed to Monster Worldwide $33.64/share $845 million Launched: Monster Employment Index (reveiw millions of job postings across corporate career sites and job boards) $40.82/share $986 million Company sells North American and Japanese Yellow Pages division • Monster founder Jeff Taylor leaves company to create Eons.com $46.64/share $1,116 million • McKelvey resigns and is replaced by William M. Pastore as chairman and CEO • Lead lawyer Myron Olesnyckuj fired (due to past stock-option grant practices) • comScore declares Monster among 20 most visited websites in the world $32.40/share $1,351million • Pastore leaves and lannuzzi is named as new chairman and CEO • Identity theft:millions of users are victims in less than two weeks, company draws scrutiny $12.09/share $1,343 million • Monster acquires trovix.asemantic job search engine, for $72.5million • Monster buys R.com, China's second-most popular online recruitment site. 中华 美才 同 • McKelvey pleads guilty to backdating stock options McKelvey dies: due to pancreatic cancer, at 74-years old $17.40/share $905 million • Monster unveils Power Resume Search and Job Search, powered by 6Sense search technology, built on Trovix matching software. SLHACKED Identity theft again: Hackers steal demographic information from monster.co.uk- • Stock options fraud: Former President and CO0 James Treacy is sentenced to two years in federal prison • Stock options case: Monster agrees to pay $2.5million to settle. $914 million YAHOO! hötjobs $23.63/share Competition eliminated: Monster acquires Yahoo! Hot Jobs for $225 million. • Monster India expands its rural area-focused job site to four more states. 6Sense-powered Monster Applicant Matchingreleased. $7.93/share $1,040 million Monster unveils Beknown( f app): professional social networking for job seekers and employers. Cloud-based search and analytics platform for employers that runs on 65ense technology. BeKnown SeeMore o Stock drops 66%, company gets moved to the S&P MidCap 400. ars • As of April 20, Monster stock was trading at $8.26 per share ars technica the art of technology • To target job seekers: a new media alliance with WIRED & Ars Technica formed • lannuzzi announces: Monster is considering selling all or parts of its job board Salvatore lannuzzi Source: Infographic Sponsored by http://www.about-monster.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster.com http://www.google.com/finance http://ir.monster.com http://www.ere.net/ http://www.about-monster.com/in_the_news PCRecruiter. www.PCRecruiter.net 966L 666L 2002 1994 8002 2004 2006 III 2010 2012 1967 S66L 866L 0002 E002 2005 6002 LLOZ 2007 History History of monstercom Today 63 million job seekers / month >a million job posts 150 million resumes How Did They Get There? • Creates Telephone Marketing Programs, a company that places ads in Yellow Pages telephone books Andrew J. McKelvey • Advertisements through newspaper section of "Adion" • launches The Monster Board and serves as company CEO • Site is hosted in same facility as Taylor-owned HR company Adion Jeff Taylor TMP acquires Adion and names Taylor as Head of TMP Interactive III Resumes uploaded from 48 countries 15,000 visitors/day A 7,000 job openings throughout the U.S and Canada • TMP goes public on the Nasdaq as TMPW Sells stock for $14/share monster topjob search site on the Internet Posted:50,000 job openings >2 million visitors each month The Monster Board--Online Career Center monster .com • OCC Founder Bill Warren: President of new site • Later, Warren leaves Monster to start newjob board company For Entry-leveljob seekers monster+OBTRAK = monsterTRAK (access to 1,500 college and university career centers) monstermoving.com { provides resources to those relocating for work } New Launch: • TMP Worldwide is added to the S&P 500 Index • Monster purchases the Jobs.com uURL and trademark for $800,000 Note:Icon Represents: * Stock ends *Revenue $21.96/share $679 million • TMP name changed to Monster Worldwide $33.64/share $845 million Launched: Monster Employment Index (reveiw millions of job postings across corporate career sites and job boards) $40.82/share $986 million Company sells North American and Japanese Yellow Pages division • Monster founder Jeff Taylor leaves company to create Eons.com $46.64/share $1,116 million • McKelvey resigns and is replaced by William M. Pastore as chairman and CEO • Lead lawyer Myron Olesnyckuj fired (due to past stock-option grant practices) • comScore declares Monster among 20 most visited websites in the world $32.40/share $1,351million • Pastore leaves and lannuzzi is named as new chairman and CEO • Identity theft:millions of users are victims in less than two weeks, company draws scrutiny $12.09/share $1,343 million • Monster acquires trovix.asemantic job search engine, for $72.5million • Monster buys R.com, China's second-most popular online recruitment site. 中华 美才 同 • McKelvey pleads guilty to backdating stock options McKelvey dies: due to pancreatic cancer, at 74-years old $17.40/share $905 million • Monster unveils Power Resume Search and Job Search, powered by 6Sense search technology, built on Trovix matching software. SLHACKED Identity theft again: Hackers steal demographic information from monster.co.uk- • Stock options fraud: Former President and CO0 James Treacy is sentenced to two years in federal prison • Stock options case: Monster agrees to pay $2.5million to settle. $914 million YAHOO! hötjobs $23.63/share Competition eliminated: Monster acquires Yahoo! Hot Jobs for $225 million. • Monster India expands its rural area-focused job site to four more states. 6Sense-powered Monster Applicant Matchingreleased. $7.93/share $1,040 million Monster unveils Beknown( f app): professional social networking for job seekers and employers. Cloud-based search and analytics platform for employers that runs on 65ense technology. BeKnown SeeMore o Stock drops 66%, company gets moved to the S&P MidCap 400. ars • As of April 20, Monster stock was trading at $8.26 per share ars technica the art of technology • To target job seekers: a new media alliance with WIRED & Ars Technica formed • lannuzzi announces: Monster is considering selling all or parts of its job board Salvatore lannuzzi Source: Infographic Sponsored by http://www.about-monster.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster.com http://www.google.com/finance http://ir.monster.com http://www.ere.net/ http://www.about-monster.com/in_the_news PCRecruiter. www.PCRecruiter.net 966L 666L 2002 1994 8002 2004 2006 III 2010 2012 1967 S66L 866L 0002 E002 2005 6002 LLOZ 2007 History History of monstercom Today 63 million job seekers / month >a million job posts 150 million resumes How Did They Get There? • Creates Telephone Marketing Programs, a company that places ads in Yellow Pages telephone books Andrew J. McKelvey • Advertisements through newspaper section of "Adion" • launches The Monster Board and serves as company CEO • Site is hosted in same facility as Taylor-owned HR company Adion Jeff Taylor TMP acquires Adion and names Taylor as Head of TMP Interactive III Resumes uploaded from 48 countries 15,000 visitors/day A 7,000 job openings throughout the U.S and Canada • TMP goes public on the Nasdaq as TMPW Sells stock for $14/share monster topjob search site on the Internet Posted:50,000 job openings >2 million visitors each month The Monster Board--Online Career Center monster .com • OCC Founder Bill Warren: President of new site • Later, Warren leaves Monster to start newjob board company For Entry-leveljob seekers monster+OBTRAK = monsterTRAK (access to 1,500 college and university career centers) monstermoving.com { provides resources to those relocating for work } New Launch: • TMP Worldwide is added to the S&P 500 Index • Monster purchases the Jobs.com uURL and trademark for $800,000 Note:Icon Represents: * Stock ends *Revenue $21.96/share $679 million • TMP name changed to Monster Worldwide $33.64/share $845 million Launched: Monster Employment Index (reveiw millions of job postings across corporate career sites and job boards) $40.82/share $986 million Company sells North American and Japanese Yellow Pages division • Monster founder Jeff Taylor leaves company to create Eons.com $46.64/share $1,116 million • McKelvey resigns and is replaced by William M. Pastore as chairman and CEO • Lead lawyer Myron Olesnyckuj fired (due to past stock-option grant practices) • comScore declares Monster among 20 most visited websites in the world $32.40/share $1,351million • Pastore leaves and lannuzzi is named as new chairman and CEO • Identity theft:millions of users are victims in less than two weeks, company draws scrutiny $12.09/share $1,343 million • Monster acquires trovix.asemantic job search engine, for $72.5million • Monster buys R.com, China's second-most popular online recruitment site. 中华 美才 同 • McKelvey pleads guilty to backdating stock options McKelvey dies: due to pancreatic cancer, at 74-years old $17.40/share $905 million • Monster unveils Power Resume Search and Job Search, powered by 6Sense search technology, built on Trovix matching software. SLHACKED Identity theft again: Hackers steal demographic information from monster.co.uk- • Stock options fraud: Former President and CO0 James Treacy is sentenced to two years in federal prison • Stock options case: Monster agrees to pay $2.5million to settle. $914 million YAHOO! hötjobs $23.63/share Competition eliminated: Monster acquires Yahoo! Hot Jobs for $225 million. • Monster India expands its rural area-focused job site to four more states. 6Sense-powered Monster Applicant Matchingreleased. $7.93/share $1,040 million Monster unveils Beknown( f app): professional social networking for job seekers and employers. Cloud-based search and analytics platform for employers that runs on 65ense technology. BeKnown SeeMore o Stock drops 66%, company gets moved to the S&P MidCap 400. ars • As of April 20, Monster stock was trading at $8.26 per share ars technica the art of technology • To target job seekers: a new media alliance with WIRED & Ars Technica formed • lannuzzi announces: Monster is considering selling all or parts of its job board Salvatore lannuzzi Source: Infographic Sponsored by http://www.about-monster.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster.com http://www.google.com/finance http://ir.monster.com http://www.ere.net/ http://www.about-monster.com/in_the_news PCRecruiter. www.PCRecruiter.net 966L 666L 2002 1994 8002 2004 2006 III 2010 2012 1967 S66L 866L 0002 E002 2005 6002 LLOZ 2007 History History of monstercom Today 63 million job seekers / month >a million job posts 150 million resumes How Did They Get There? • Creates Telephone Marketing Programs, a company that places ads in Yellow Pages telephone books Andrew J. McKelvey • Advertisements through newspaper section of "Adion" • launches The Monster Board and serves as company CEO • Site is hosted in same facility as Taylor-owned HR company Adion Jeff Taylor TMP acquires Adion and names Taylor as Head of TMP Interactive III Resumes uploaded from 48 countries 15,000 visitors/day A 7,000 job openings throughout the U.S and Canada • TMP goes public on the Nasdaq as TMPW Sells stock for $14/share monster topjob search site on the Internet Posted:50,000 job openings >2 million visitors each month The Monster Board--Online Career Center monster .com • OCC Founder Bill Warren: President of new site • Later, Warren leaves Monster to start newjob board company For Entry-leveljob seekers monster+OBTRAK = monsterTRAK (access to 1,500 college and university career centers) monstermoving.com { provides resources to those relocating for work } New Launch: • TMP Worldwide is added to the S&P 500 Index • Monster purchases the Jobs.com uURL and trademark for $800,000 Note:Icon Represents: * Stock ends *Revenue $21.96/share $679 million • TMP name changed to Monster Worldwide $33.64/share $845 million Launched: Monster Employment Index (reveiw millions of job postings across corporate career sites and job boards) $40.82/share $986 million Company sells North American and Japanese Yellow Pages division • Monster founder Jeff Taylor leaves company to create Eons.com $46.64/share $1,116 million • McKelvey resigns and is replaced by William M. Pastore as chairman and CEO • Lead lawyer Myron Olesnyckuj fired (due to past stock-option grant practices) • comScore declares Monster among 20 most visited websites in the world $32.40/share $1,351million • Pastore leaves and lannuzzi is named as new chairman and CEO • Identity theft:millions of users are victims in less than two weeks, company draws scrutiny $12.09/share $1,343 million • Monster acquires trovix.asemantic job search engine, for $72.5million • Monster buys R.com, China's second-most popular online recruitment site. 中华 美才 同 • McKelvey pleads guilty to backdating stock options McKelvey dies: due to pancreatic cancer, at 74-years old $17.40/share $905 million • Monster unveils Power Resume Search and Job Search, powered by 6Sense search technology, built on Trovix matching software. SLHACKED Identity theft again: Hackers steal demographic information from monster.co.uk- • Stock options fraud: Former President and CO0 James Treacy is sentenced to two years in federal prison • Stock options case: Monster agrees to pay $2.5million to settle. $914 million YAHOO! hötjobs $23.63/share Competition eliminated: Monster acquires Yahoo! Hot Jobs for $225 million. • Monster India expands its rural area-focused job site to four more states. 6Sense-powered Monster Applicant Matchingreleased. $7.93/share $1,040 million Monster unveils Beknown( f app): professional social networking for job seekers and employers. Cloud-based search and analytics platform for employers that runs on 65ense technology. BeKnown SeeMore o Stock drops 66%, company gets moved to the S&P MidCap 400. ars • As of April 20, Monster stock was trading at $8.26 per share ars technica the art of technology • To target job seekers: a new media alliance with WIRED & Ars Technica formed • lannuzzi announces: Monster is considering selling all or parts of its job board Salvatore lannuzzi Source: Infographic Sponsored by http://www.about-monster.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster.com http://www.google.com/finance http://ir.monster.com http://www.ere.net/ http://www.about-monster.com/in_the_news PCRecruiter. www.PCRecruiter.net 966L 666L 2002 1994 8002 2004 2006 III 2010 2012 1967 S66L 866L 0002 E002 2005 6002 LLOZ 2007 History History of monstercom Today 63 million job seekers / month >a million job posts 150 million resumes How Did They Get There? • Creates Telephone Marketing Programs, a company that places ads in Yellow Pages telephone books Andrew J. McKelvey • Advertisements through newspaper section of "Adion" • launches The Monster Board and serves as company CEO • Site is hosted in same facility as Taylor-owned HR company Adion Jeff Taylor TMP acquires Adion and names Taylor as Head of TMP Interactive III Resumes uploaded from 48 countries 15,000 visitors/day A 7,000 job openings throughout the U.S and Canada • TMP goes public on the Nasdaq as TMPW Sells stock for $14/share monster topjob search site on the Internet Posted:50,000 job openings >2 million visitors each month The Monster Board--Online Career Center monster .com • OCC Founder Bill Warren: President of new site • Later, Warren leaves Monster to start newjob board company For Entry-leveljob seekers monster+OBTRAK = monsterTRAK (access to 1,500 college and university career centers) monstermoving.com { provides resources to those relocating for work } New Launch: • TMP Worldwide is added to the S&P 500 Index • Monster purchases the Jobs.com uURL and trademark for $800,000 Note:Icon Represents: * Stock ends *Revenue $21.96/share $679 million • TMP name changed to Monster Worldwide $33.64/share $845 million Launched: Monster Employment Index (reveiw millions of job postings across corporate career sites and job boards) $40.82/share $986 million Company sells North American and Japanese Yellow Pages division • Monster founder Jeff Taylor leaves company to create Eons.com $46.64/share $1,116 million • McKelvey resigns and is replaced by William M. Pastore as chairman and CEO • Lead lawyer Myron Olesnyckuj fired (due to past stock-option grant practices) • comScore declares Monster among 20 most visited websites in the world $32.40/share $1,351million • Pastore leaves and lannuzzi is named as new chairman and CEO • Identity theft:millions of users are victims in less than two weeks, company draws scrutiny $12.09/share $1,343 million • Monster acquires trovix.asemantic job search engine, for $72.5million • Monster buys R.com, China's second-most popular online recruitment site. 中华 美才 同 • McKelvey pleads guilty to backdating stock options McKelvey dies: due to pancreatic cancer, at 74-years old $17.40/share $905 million • Monster unveils Power Resume Search and Job Search, powered by 6Sense search technology, built on Trovix matching software. SLHACKED Identity theft again: Hackers steal demographic information from monster.co.uk- • Stock options fraud: Former President and CO0 James Treacy is sentenced to two years in federal prison • Stock options case: Monster agrees to pay $2.5million to settle. $914 million YAHOO! hötjobs $23.63/share Competition eliminated: Monster acquires Yahoo! Hot Jobs for $225 million. • Monster India expands its rural area-focused job site to four more states. 6Sense-powered Monster Applicant Matchingreleased. $7.93/share $1,040 million Monster unveils Beknown( f app): professional social networking for job seekers and employers. Cloud-based search and analytics platform for employers that runs on 65ense technology. BeKnown SeeMore o Stock drops 66%, company gets moved to the S&P MidCap 400. ars • As of April 20, Monster stock was trading at $8.26 per share ars technica the art of technology • To target job seekers: a new media alliance with WIRED & Ars Technica formed • lannuzzi announces: Monster is considering selling all or parts of its job board Salvatore lannuzzi Source: Infographic Sponsored by http://www.about-monster.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster.com http://www.google.com/finance http://ir.monster.com http://www.ere.net/ http://www.about-monster.com/in_the_news PCRecruiter. www.PCRecruiter.net 966L 666L 2002 1994 8002 2004 2006 III 2010 2012 1967 S66L 866L 0002 E002 2005 6002 LLOZ 2007

History of Monster.com 1967 - 2012

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Infographic detailing the evolution of Monster.com from it's inception to mid-2012. From Jeff Taylor to Sal Iannuzzi to BeKnown to 6Sense, it's all here.

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