named John Keller as vice chairman of its CEO and board services practice. Keller comes to CTPartners from Korn/Ferry International Inc. (NYSE: KFY). Keller at one time served as a business and technology
-over-year to $47.9 million
-Information technology rose 16.8 percent to $130.7 million
-Administration rose 22.1 percent to $15.0 million
-Other professional rose 17.1 percent to $60.8 million.
technology services company posted net income of $202,000, compared with a loss of $1.2 million in the quarter ended April 3, 2010.
Meanwhile, Randy Strobel, senior VP and CFO, has resigned from the company
Professional staffing was pulled down by the information technology segment, which fell 1 percent in constant currency. Engineering and technical staffing rose 12 percent in constant currency, while finance
in Randstad’s U.S. professionals businesses was 17 percent, up from 13 percent in the year-ago quarter, driven primarily by information technology, engineering and life sciences. Finance and accounting improved
staffing in North America remained flat in the third quarter. The company said its information technology segment continued to be a weak spot. Growth also slowed in the company’s engineering and technical