Top Stocks: Vanguard Natural Resources, LLC (NASDAQ:VNR), Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:MWW)

Shares of Vanguard Natural Resources, LLC (NASDAQ:VNR), slanted 9.19% to $9.86, amid its last exchanging session.


Vanguard Natural Resources, announced that its Board of Directors has reset the 2015 Annual Meeting of Unitholders date from September 17, 2015 to a reexamined date of October 5, 2015. This activity takes after culmination of the Securities and Exchange Commission audit prepare prior as of late. Vanguard plans to begin mailing authoritative intermediary materials approximately September 4, 2015.

Vanguard Natural Resources, LLC, through its helpers, procures and creates oil and characteristic gas properties in the United States. It claims properties, and oil and common gas saves basically situated in nine working bowls, including the Arkoma Basin Arkansas and Oklahoma; the Permian Basin in West Texas and New Mexico; the Big Horn Basin in Wyoming and Montana; the Piceance Basin in Colorado; the Gulf Coast Basin in Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi; the Wind River Basin in Wyoming; the Williston Basin in North Dakota and Montana; the Green River Basin in Wyoming; and the Powder River Basin in Wyoming.

Toward the end of Friday’s exchange, Shares of Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:MWW), lost – 4.42% to $6.92.

Monster Worldwide, Inc., together with its assistants, gives online and versatile business arrangements around the world. The organization works in three portions: Careers-North America, Careers-International, and Internet Advertising & Fees. Its administrations and arrangements involve searchable employment ads; resume database access; enlistment media arrangements through its publicizing system and organizations; Twitter Cards and social occupation dispersion; social profile accumulation; and other vocation related substance.

Fastweb presented the full list of understudy authors for the fourth Annual 2015 Student Contributors Program. Fastweb (, the main site for grant and money related guide data, is an individual from the Monster system.

The Student Contributor Program, entering its fourth year, is an article arrangement, which brings bits of knowledge from understudies’ points of view on significant subjects inside of understudy life. Different classes are highlighted in the arrangement through secondary school, school and graduate understudy content. Donor articles have a wide mixed bag of themes, checking the school affirmations procedure, government sanctioned testing, study tips, school coursework, understudy backgrounds, and applying for grants.

Fastweb invites back five returning individuals and five new voices. Returning journalists involve: Laura Magerkurth, Maya Moritz, McKenzie Nevins, Bailey VanNatta and Jaime Vincent; this gathering is joined by Riley Harrison, Aggie Kallinicou, Sonja Killebrew, Ashley Paskill and Madison Sheldrake.

Fastweb, a top webpage in the Monster Worldwide (MWW) system, is the country’s perceived pioneer in providing so as to help understudies pay for school, grant and money related guide data, notwithstanding data on employments and temporary jobs.

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