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bullhorn

[′bu̇l‚hȯrn]
(communications)
A portable loudspeaker, generally with built-in amplifier and microphone, used for voice messages to crowds or from one ship to another at sea.
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Bullhorn will significantly increase regional expansion in North America, further develop international markets, accelerate product development of innovative sourcing solutions and foster several global industry alliances.
Privately owned, Bullhorn is principally backed by Highland Capital Partners and General Catalyst Partners.
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Looking across its job openings data, Bullhorn can also project the upcoming data from the BLS Employment Opportunity Index that will be released on February 3, 2012.
Flip Benham of Operation Save America, has been staging noisy protests and using a bullhorn to ask patrons not to enter the club.
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BOSTON, June 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Bullhorn, Inc.
Bullhorn's on-demand, front-office staffing and recruiting software is a rich Internet application that behaves as if it were installed on your desktop," said Art Papas, co-founder and CEO of Bullhorn.
announced that more than 35,000 recruiters are helping put people to work by using Bullhorn Reach.
2, NEMA 4X enclosure, Bullhorn is built to withstand hazardous environments and the harshest weather.