Monster Worldwide, Inc. (MWW)


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3.70-0.05 (-1.33%)
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Open3.73
Prev Close3.75
Bid3.69 x 39100
Ask3.70 x 117500
Day's Range3.65 - 3.73
52wk Range2.13 - 7.74
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap329.54M
P/E Ratio (ttm)-5.91
Beta2.35
Volume2,181,343
Avg Vol (3m)2,172,253
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • American City Business Journals6 hours ago

    Monster CEO on stockholder's opposition to $429M buyout: It's 'reckless'

    In an Aug. 24 letter to stockholders, Monster Worldwide CEO Tim Yates said Denver-based MediaNews Group's opposition to the upcoming $429 million buyout by Dutch human resources services firm Randstad is "reckless" and urged all shareholders to support the deal. The Weston-based jobs website operator announced earlier this month its intentions to be acquired by Randstad, and the deal is expected to close by the end of 2016. MediaNews Group Inc., owner of dozens of newspapers including the Denver Post, is the largest stakeholder in Monster Worldwide with an 11.6 percent ownership stake.

  • Monster Worldwide Quashes Shareholder MediaNews' Claims
    Zacks9 hours ago

    Monster Worldwide Quashes Shareholder MediaNews' Claims

    Monster Worldwide Inc. (MWW) has issued an open letter to shareholders quashing the claims made by its largest shareholder, MediaNews that opposed the company's takeover by Randstad.

  • Reuters23 hours ago

    Monster Worldwide says MediaNews claims against Randstad deal "flawed"

    Monster Worldwide Inc said shareholder MediaNews Group Inc had made "flawed and uninformed assumptions" in its letter last week opposing the job sites operator's buyout by Dutch staffing company Randstad. MediaNews' letter "attempts to put Randstad all-cash offer at risk without offering superior proposal," Monster Chief Executive Tim Yates said in an open letter to investors on Wednesday. MediaNews has also urged cuts to capital expenditure, which has already been halved over the past several years, he said.