George Leong: The stock market is looking higher ... A contrarian and speculative play on the jobs numbers recovery is Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:MWW), which currently sits around $6.85 per share with a market cap of $623 million.
But people are looking for work and Monster Worldwide (MWW), the online job search tool ... Citi Investment Research & Analysis reiterated a buy recommendation on the stock due to the company's use of social networking sites to tap new …
I have two favorite staffing stocks that I would add to the mix. In terms of web-based employment sites, I remain a big fan of Monster.com (NYSE: MWW). I compared this stock to the much more popular investment -- LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD) -- …
The “Mad Money” host admitted he got behind MWW too early back in April ... like the transitory weakness is behind us.” Cramer also thinks with the stock down 39 percent in the first half of the year, the short interest is high.
Not surprisingly, investor interest in DRD has dwindled as the company went downhill under MWW's leadership. The stock's triumphs and travails were once much talked about – it used to have a big fan base, which has basically …
MWW delivers its products and "Class A" painting ... InvestorIdeas.com is a leader in investor stock research by sector. Sectors we cover include; auto stocks, renewable energy stocks, biotech stocks, mining and gold stocks, energy …
Slack Barshinger in Chicago is absorbing USA Chicago, which specializes in interactive marketing and technology, in an exchange of stock. Pat Yanahan ... Creative Labs division of Emergence. Also, the MWW Group in East Rutherford, …
The first was Monster Worldwide ( MWW ) that closed on July 11th @ $13.93 ... It closed today @ $6.76 and hit a 52 week low on 8/11 of $6.47. The stock he was pushing the most was Alpha Natural Resources ( ANR ) which closed on …
JERSEY CITY, N.J., June 2, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Verisk Analytics President and Chief Operating Officer …
But another social network stock more accustomed to being a darling of Wall Street ... to the clear detriment of sites like Monster Worldwide (MWW)... it is understandable why there is such excitement. LinkedIn, like Google (GOOG) in …