monster's founder eyes the future

Marshall, Jeffrey
July 2003
Financial Executive;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p20
Academic Journal
This article presents an interview with Jeff Taylor, the founder of Monster Worldwide Inc. When asked about human capital management, Taylor says he believes we are heading towards a labor shortage. When asked about economic recovery, Taylor discusses that the real economic bubble caused by the Internet has yet to truly hit. When asked about the growth of the Internet, Taylor says that the Internet will continue to change and he sees it becoming better adapted for cellular phones.


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