Kforce Inc. (KFRC)
Last closing price (Aug 22 4:00 EDT):
19.44 (0.93%) ?
Kforce Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides professional and technical staffing services and solutions in the United States. It operates through four segments: Technology, Finance and Accounting, Health Information Management, and Government Solutions. The Technology segment offers temporary staffing and permanent placement services focusing on information technology comprising systems/applications programmers and developers, senior-level project managers, systems analysts, enterprise data management, e-business, and networking technicians, as well as healthcare and financial services, and government integrators. The Finance and Accounting segment provides temporary staffing and permanent placement services in the areas of general accounting, business analysis, accounts payable, accounts receivable, financial analysis and reporting, taxation, management consultants, budget preparation and analysis, mortgage and loan processing, cost analysis professional administrative, credit and collections, audit services, and systems and controls analysis and documentation. The Health Information Management segment offers temporary staffing services consisting of acute care facilities, hospitals, physician clinics, software providers, and insurance companies, as well as in the health information technology, the revenue life cycle, and health information management areas. The Government Solutions segment provides technology, and finance and accounting professionals to the federal government; and integrated business solutions in information technology, healthcare informatics, data and knowledge management, research and development, financial management and accounting, and other areas. Kforce Inc. was founded in 1962 and is headquartered in Tampa, Florida.
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|Kevin Mcveigh||Macquarie Research Equities||Buy||Apr 30, '14||23.02||25.00||Apr 30, '15||-15.55%|
|Randle Reece||Avondale Partners LLC||Buy||Feb 12, '14||20.83||24.00||Feb 12, '15||-6.67%|
|Kelly Flynn||Credit Suisse||Buy||Dec 16, '13||20.01||25.00||Dec 16, '14||-2.85%|
|Morris Ajzenman||Griffin Securities, Inc.||Buy||Nov 01, '13||19.68||25.00||Nov 01, '14||-1.22%|
|Paul Ginocchio||Deutsche Bank Securities||Buy||May 01, '11||14.11||20.00||May 01, '12||-5.10%|
|Kelly Flynn||Credit Suisse||Buy||Feb 08, '11||17.34||22.00||Feb 08, '12||-23.41%|