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"When flat became the new growth," says GoDaddy CEO Warren Adelman, "we actually were growing aggressively." The web domain registration and hosting company was doing about $18 million in sales when Adelman came to the company in 2002. In 2011, sales were at $1.1 billion.

With offices all around the world, including locations like Singapore, Toronto and Amsterdam, the company continues to grow and has over 140 open positions available. With all of this growth, who has time for layoffs?

"We create a lot of growth opportunities within the company and 50% of our technical and corporate positions are hired internally," Adelman says.

By Caitlin Keating, reporter @FortuneMagazine - Last updated January 20 2012: 6:56 AM ET
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