Howdy eVoltrons, I'm updating my resume after 2 1/2 years at an e-comm start up. (At what point does/should a company stop being a start up? Am I alone in thinking that after 3 years, things should be pretty much started by now?) Of course I've consulted the resume dos and don'ts on theSite (http://evolt.org/index.cfm?menu=8&catid=23&cid=1818) and followed the thread on HTML-format resumes, so I know it's good to detail specific accomplishments. But how specific can I get when it's possible my resume will be seen by potential partners and competitors? I'd like to include things along the lines of 'implemented new features that led to 100% growth in web site transactions over a three month period' or 'played major roll in expansion of web site from 50 page views/day to 1,000,000 page views/day.' How much can I say? Right now my feeling is stick to ratios--web traffic increased 500%, membership doubled, number of secure transactions averaged 20% growth each month--and avoid specific figures. The twist is I haven't signed a NDA or non-compete. Does that free me of all possible liability in terms of any information I might disclose? I am in the good ole US of A, so I suppose I could be sued for just about anything. But, aside any legal issues, I'm not looking to burn any bridges and wouldn't want anything on my resume that a potential employer might consider rude. I certainly wouldn't want to raise concern about my ability to keep a secret because I blabbed sensitive information about a former employer all over my resume. How have you dealt with such issues? Have you received any guidance in this area from headhunters or HR folks? Thanks you your input. Sean G.