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RedMonk is an open-source analyst firm whose clients are among the world's largest technology firms, such as IBM, Dell Computer, HP, Adobe, and Nortel. It has only four employees and it is located in three countries, almost never meeting. Its only conference room is Twitter, and most of the employee interaction takes place in the open. According to co-founder James Governor, their newest employee (@Greenmonk) was found on Twitter where he received—and accepted—his job offer. The tiny company is flourishing.