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June 22, 2007 - Beyond.com CEO Rich Milgram was interviewed on nationally-broadcast FOX News TV channel to provide professionals with five tips on how to achieve a healthy work-life balance.  Watch the Interview
Boston Herald June 12, 2007 By Rochelle Stewart Classes have ended, exams are complete, and diplomas have been awarded. OK, college grads, time to hit the real world. First stop, the virtual world.   When it comes to finding jobs, most job seekers will agree, the Internet is the first place they look. “The trend is online,” said Rich Milgram, CEO of Beyond.com, an online job site where job seekers can post resumes and search for jobs. “(Employers) use the Internet because they can write a lot more...
BtoB Magazine June 4, 2007 By Roger Slavens From resume searching to applicant tracking, HR professionals are looking for turnkey, outsourced or self-service solutions to hiring. Human resources departments and organizations spent $44.6 billion on HR services in 2006, an 8% increase over 2005, according to a study published by IDC in April called "Worldwide and U.S. HR Management Services 2007-2011 Forecast." "HR service providers have an opportunity to enhance their business proposition through...
  Sun-Sentinal.com May 21, 2007 By Joyce Lane Kennedy Dear Joyce: I don't want to think about how much money we've spent on our daughter's college education. She'll graduate soon but has no job. She's computer- and Internet-literate (at least she has a MySpace account). When I ask her why she doesn't go online to find a job, she just shrugs. What now? In drought, why doesn't rain come? If you choose to establish deadlines, you might begin by insisting she visit her college's career center for help....
  FOX NEWS May 12, 2007 By Hollie McKay Forget working weekends, doing unpaid overtime and pumping up profits. For some, the secret to workplace success is a sexy smile. There's a school of thought that says a little harmless flirting on the job can help some people become more well-liked, move up the corporate ladder and even lead to love and marriage. But office flirtation isn't always playful and painless. You're playing with fire, and crossing the line between flirty and dirty could steer you...
Beyond.com CEO Rich Milgram was featured on the nationally broadcast FOX News TV channel regarding the growing trend of parental involvement in the job search process.     Watch the interview (this video requires Macromedia Flash plug-in; click here to download the plug-in.), or download the interview in Windows Media Video (.wmv) format.     
Philadelphia Business Journal April 13, 2007 By Peter Key, Staff Writer KING OF PRUSSIA -- Rich Milgram started PhillyJobs.com in 1998 to develop leads for his computer consulting work.  His plan was to get companies to post their jobs for free on the site, then call on the ones he thought might want his services. After a while, Milgram realized something... Click here to read the full article (PDF).
Red Herring March 29, 2007 By Ken Schachter New managers, slimmer portfolio, tax losses put dot-com blues in past. Safeguard Scientific is ready to deal. After a dot-com hangover was cured, a legal cloud dispelled and a portfolio was made over, the publicly traded company is looking to put its $155 million war chest to work. In its latest funding Tuesday, Safeguard plowed $13.5 million in a first round of financing into Beyond.com, which owns about 2,000 niche career sites and collaborates on about...
American Venture Magazine March 30, 2007 By Emily Crawford, American Venture Network Content Editor Beyond.com, a software provider for niche online job sites, received a $13.5 million Series A funding from Safeguard Scientifics Inc. to grow its network. The company’s software powers 15,000 web sites including specialty sites like bluecollarjobs.com, retiredbrains.com and ITworld.com. “What we do is provide the technology, the sales and the all the marketing support that they need,” said founder...
Dow Jones Venture Wire March 27, 2007 By Erica Owen   Beyond.com Inc., a nine-year-old online employment software provider, has accepted its first institutional money, a $13.5 million Series A investment from Safeguard Scientifics Inc. Beyond.com, based in King of Prussia, Pa., provides career software that enables 15,000 niche Web sites and online communities to connect with each through search and networking tools. The profitable company, founded in 1998 as Phillyjobs.com and re-branded as Beyond.com...
Rich Milgram, CEO and Founder of Beyond.com, Inc., was interviewed as part of WWDB's weekly “Executive Leaders” series.  The live interview aired Friday, December 1, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. on WWDB860-AM in the Delaware Valley.  Milgram provided insight into his management style, his entrepreneurial vision, and his strategic growth and positioning of Beyond.com, Inc. Listen to the Interview
September 6, 2006 By Rich Milgram CEO, Beyond.com, Inc. Turn the clock back several years to a time when corporate employers relied heavily on print advertisement to promote available jobs through national and local newspapers, which held a monopoly on employment classified ads. Job seekers were forced to review job postings by searching through pages and pages of classifieds, which often times described job opportunities minimally at best, due to the high cost of print advertisement space.  Connecting...
August 11, 2006 Beyond.com , Inc., the largest provider of career website software continues its expansion into the media, publication and news sectors by forming strategic relationships with key players in the media industry who are looking to create, consolidate or grow their online business beyond traditional media outlets. The company was recently selected by CMP Technology, a leading marketing solutions company serving the technology, healthcare and lifestyles industries, to provide software...
CourierPostOnline.com July 27, 2006 Sales and sales management make up the most online job postings, according to Beyond.com's Second Quarter 2006 Career Trends Analysis Report. For the second consecutive quarter, sales and sales management continued as the top industry for online job postings, representing 15.86 percent of job postings. Other top industries included information technology (13.08 percent) and accounting and finance (11.83 percent). Beyond.com also reported that more than 39 percent...
The Philadelphia Inquirer July 8, 2006 By Jane M. Von Bergen Inquirer Staff Writer   The U.S. economy added a lackluster 121,000 jobs in June, the Labor Department reported yesterday, falling short of economists' forecasts of around 175,000. The count of jobs added to the economy last month did mark an improvement from the 92,000 new positions logged in May - the fewest in seven months. "Economic growth is moderating, so nobody is on a hiring spree," said Richard Yamarone, economist at Argus Research....
MediaPost April 8, 2005 By Gavin O'Malley YAHOO! HAS AGREED TO DISTRIBUTE its HotJobs listings to more than 6,000 local and industry-specific sites run by 4Jobs.com, the company said this week. Financial details were not disclosed. This partnership equates to an extended reach to local communities and niche industries for employers listing on HotJobs. "By adding more than 6,000 websites to our network, recruiters can reach a larger, more diverse talent pool, while at the same time, target specific...
Yahoo! April 6, 2005 Yahoo! HotJobs (Nasdaq:YHOO - News), a leader in online recruiting and HR technology, today announced a distribution relationship with 4Jobs.com , a unique and diverse network of niche web sites, which will add more than 6,000 local and industry-specific sites to the Yahoo! HotJobs network. Effective immediately, Yahoo! HotJobs job listings will be exhibited across this network of sites, providing companies with broader exposure to local and highly-specialized talent. "This...
Onrec.com April 4, 2005   Yahoo! HotJobs, today announced a distribution relationship with 4Jobs.com, a unique and diverse network of niche web sites, which will add more than 6,000 local and industry-specific sites to the Yahoo! HotJobs network. Effective immediately, Yahoo! HotJobs job listings will be exhibited across this network of sites, providing companies with broader exposure to local and highly-specialized talent. "This agreement creates significant benefits for both recruiters and job...
Tech Web April 6, 2005 Yahoo Inc. on Wednesday said it has agreed to distribute its HotJobs listings to more than 6,000 local and industry-specific sites run by 4Jobs.com . Financial details were not disclosed. For employers listing on HotJobs, the agreement expands their reach to local communities and specific industries, such as healthcare, information technology and financial services, Yahoo officials said. "By adding more than 6,000 websites to our network, recruiters can reach a larger, more...
Rich Milgram interviewed on BLS Employment Situation Report.

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