Job-hunting site Glassdoor sold to Japanese HR giant for $1.2 billion

a Japanese human resources company that owns other job sites including Indeed, is the purchaser, subject to regulatory approvals, Glassdoor CEO Robert Hohman announced in a release and tweet. Ten-year-old Glassdoor, which was reportedly considering an IPO …
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