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Yahoo’s garage sale is finally attracting some buyers. Three weeks after Yahoo sold its Zimbra e-mail and communications platform to VMWare,…

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Yahoo’s garage sale is finally attracting some buyers. Three weeks after Yahoo sold its Zimbra e-mail and communications platform to VMWare, the company has now sold its HotJobs recruiting site to Monster Worldwide (NSDQ: MNST) for $225 million.

The sale comes nine months after Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) put HotJobs up for sale as part of its effort to “streamline” its many businesses. Yahoo has also been looking to sell some of its other units, including Yahoo Small Business and Yahoo Games, although CEO Carol Bartz indicated during the company’s earnings call last week that divestments would not be an emphasis this year. “Sure there might be a few,” she said. But

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