solutions division; dipped 0.5% to $19.4 million in its Management Recruiters International unit; and fell 6.6% to $56.5 million in its IT solutions unit, which includes information technology services
with the first quarter.
The Irvine CA-based firm -- which provides finance/accounting, information technology and legal personnel through its Resources Global Professionals subsidiary -- announced results
and accounting, information technology and legal personnel through its Resources Global Professionals subsidiary, said U.S. revenue was flat for the quarter. International revenue, however, rose 26.5%, it said
% excluding acquisitions, disposals, and the effects of currency. The information technology and healthcare sectors helped fuel results, the company said. Vedior acquired two U.S. IT firms in 2007, Think