Gary Zukowski
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Scott Jacksoon commented on Gary Zukowski's blog post Monster.com is the next General Motors
"Grear article but I dont agreee. There are a million ways to convert their traffic into dollars. They just need to find the right one. Scott Jobs"
Jul 24, 2009
Gary Zukowski is now friends with Necati and Brian Ma
Jun 1, 2009
Brian Ma commented on Gary Zukowski's blog post Monster.com is the next General Motors
"Hey Gary - Great post. We too believe that Monster.com has a rough road facing them ahead and if the road doesn't lead to oblivion, it sure will lead to substantial reduction in revenues and a massive restructuring without new innovation like…"
Jun 1, 2009
Brian Ma commented on Gary Zukowski's blog post Monster.com is the next General Motors
"Hey Gary - Great post. We too believe that Monster.com has a rough road facing them ahead and if the road doesn't lead to oblivion, it sure will lead to substantial reduction in revenues and a massive restructuring without new innovation like…"
Jun 1, 2009
Mike Siekkinen commented on Gary Zukowski's blog post Monster.com is the next General Motors
"Sure they can get some TARP funds. They just need to declare themselves a bank like Amex did."
May 31, 2009
Necati commented on Gary Zukowski's blog post Monster.com is the next General Motors
"A 1- Competition is taking business away from Monster. 2- People are beginning to use free tools anyway. -> Monster built an unsustainable business model. This is too weak an argument. Paid listings aren't going away for some time. If…"
May 30, 2009
Dennis Gorelik commented on Gary Zukowski's blog post Monster.com is the next General Motors
"Gary, you are just avoiding verifyable forecast. :-) That's highly unlikely that Monster would get TARP funds (or any government subsidies)."
May 29, 2009
David commented on Gary Zukowski's blog post Monster.com is the next General Motors
"interesting article Gary"
May 29, 2009
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Gary Zukowski commented on Gary Zukowski's blog post Monster.com is the next General Motors
"It all depends if they get TARP funds or not.... ;-)"
May 28, 2009
Dennis Gorelik commented on Gary Zukowski's blog post Monster.com is the next General Motors
"Gary, what do you think -- when Monster would go belly up? Two more years?"
May 28, 2009
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Monster.com is the next General Motors

In the 1960’s General Motors had close to an amazing 50% of the American automotive market. Today it is 19.5%. In October of 2007, GM’s stock price was approximately $40 per share. At the time of the writing of this article, it is $1.43. The company which experienced a meteoric rise in success– at one point GM employed over 600,000 people – is now on the verge of bankruptcy. And while General Motors is getting all of the headlines, there is another company and others like it that are quietly…See More
May 28, 2009
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Monster.com is the next General Motors

In the 1960’s General Motors had close to an amazing 50% of the American automotive market. Today it is 19.5%. In October of 2007, GM’s stock price was approximately $40 per share. At the time of the writing of this article, it is $1.43. The company which experienced a meteoric rise in success– at one point GM employed over 600,000 people – is now on the verge of bankruptcy. And while General Motors is getting all of the headlines, there is another company and others like it that are quietly… Continue

Posted on May 28, 2009 at 1:46pm — 8 Comments

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