<img src="https://beta.techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/2119v4-max-250x250.png" />Y Combinator-backed <a href="http://www.rescuetime.com/">RescueTime </a> is a web-based time management tool
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/jobster.png" class="shot2"><a href="http://www.zapoint.com/">Zapoint,</a> a career and talent management platform, has acquired <a href="http:
Urbanspoon is a small Seattle startup that wants to help you find the perfect restaurant. Their goal: compete head on with Yelp and other user review sites, specifically around restaurants. But they a
Seattle-based Jobster has had a rough time over the last several months. They radically changed their business model and went through a round of layoffs. The company, and CEO Jason Goldberg, has faced
Eyebrows were raised when Seattle-based Jobster shredded their business model and moved to free job listings in February. It was a direct assault on Monster, which charges up to $475 per job listing.
Monster.com is a fat target. It has a market cap of nearly $7 billion and generates over $1 billion per year in revenue. All that revenue is largely generated on paid job listings, starting off at $47
Do job seekers and employers outside of Silicon Valley want user generated content, tagging and feeds in their employment services? The premise that they do will likely be put to the test on a global
Seattle based Jobster will announce the acquisition of brand new startup Jobby on Wednesday morning. Terms are not being disclosed. I profiled Jobby when it entered it’s beta in late March. Unli