Job Listings Site: I Saw You on Craig's List

Craig Newmark is making money by accident. While everyone else in the Valley is haunted by the phantom revenues they promised their VCs, Newmark is trying to find charities to fund. A 46-year-old ex-software engineer, he runs the online bulletin board and if you're anyone in Silicon Valley, you use Craig's List. While headhunters and job fairs throw tons of resumes your way, a $45 posting on Craig's List gets you the real talent. And with 180 new listings each day, the site, which gives its profits to charity, has a lot of cash it needs to get...

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