SWOT Analysis

October 2005
Monster Worldwide SWOT Analysis;Oct2005, p5
SWOT Analysis
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The article provides an analysis of Monster Worldwide, the operator of the job search Web site Monster. Details of the leading market position of Monster in online job recruitment marketplace are presented. It explores the inorganic growth and financial growth of the company. The operating loss of its advertising and communications segment is discussed.


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