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HotJobs.com

hotjobs.com

Founded Year

1997

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$16M

Valuation

$0000 

Revenue

$0000 

About HotJobs.com

Hotjobs.com was an on-line job search and human resources management service. It went public in 1999 as NASDAQ: HOTJ and was acquired by Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO) in 2002. HotJobs.com was acquired again in February 2010 by Monster, with a valuation of $225 million.

Headquarters Location

406 West 31st Street

New York, New York, 10001-4611,

United States

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Latest HotJobs.com News

Game Changer - HotJobs Founder Kicks Off Venture to Help Entrepreneurs Score a Million Dollar Restaurant

Jan 12, 2023

News provided by Share this article Share this article BURGAW, N.C., Jan. 12, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Do you watch the big game for the football or the commercials? One ad scored so big for Hotjobs.com that its founder and CEO is kicking off a new venture to help a lucky entrepreneur win a Million Dollar Restaurant. "My new company, Own Your Own  (OYO), is running a competition where the winner gets a $1 million-dollar budget to design and build the restaurant of their dreams," says Richard Johnson. He's hoping entrepreneurs nationwide will apply for the opportunity. His goal is to revitalize small-town America, one business at a time. Johnson picked Burgaw, North Carolina as the kickoff location. The charming, coastal town is a short drive to beautiful beaches and historic Wilmington, one of the fastest-growing small cities in the country. Johnson says Burgaw is the perfect location to launch the first OYO competition because, like many iconic small towns, it has a strong sense of community and great bones. "Burgaw is a great representation of small-town America," says Johnson. "It's got everything going for it but it just needs a spark. You can go swimming in the ocean or see a great concert all 30 minutes from downtown Burgaw." OYO is accepting online applications via their website  through March 31, 2023. Selected competitors will come to Burgaw to compete in a series of challenges highlighting creativity and leadership as well as the ability to successfully manage a restaurant. Competitors will be judged by members of the community and a panel of award-winning chefs. Burgaw's iconic town square has been the backdrop of nearly 40 feature films and is home to one of the largest Blueberry Festivals in the world. "It's a great place to raise a family, and run a business," Johnson said. The Back Story: Described as the "gutsiest" CEO ever, Johnson is a risk taker. In 1998, with his company on the verge of closing, Johnson mortgaged his house and assets to borrow $4 million for an ad in the "Big Game of 1999," hoping to take his company to the next level. That ad was a game-changer. HotJobs went public and raised over $165 million in 1999. In February of 2002, the company was sold to Yahoo for close to a half billion dollars. Now he's at it again – jumping into some risky business to help others get a shot at the American dream. Instead of buying another ad, he's putting his cash behind want-to-be entrepreneurs. Contact: Taylor Wilhelm-Kork

HotJobs.com Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was HotJobs.com founded?

    HotJobs.com was founded in 1997.

  • Where is HotJobs.com's headquarters?

    HotJobs.com's headquarters is located at 406 West 31st Street, New York.

  • What is HotJobs.com's latest funding round?

    HotJobs.com's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did HotJobs.com raise?

    HotJobs.com raised a total of $16M.

  • Who are the investors of HotJobs.com?

    Investors of HotJobs.com include Monster Worldwide, Yahoo!, Bessemer Venture Partners, Boston Millennia Partners and Generation Partners.

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