Former Dot-Com Execs: Villains or Victims?

May 2001
Financial Executive;May2001, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p12
Academic Journal
The article reports on former executives of Internet business enterprises and their search for employment. Companies who are considering hiring those former executives may be taking on a great risk and so should ensure themselves that the executives were innocent parties to the failures of their former companies. Jeffrey E. Christian, chairman and chief executive officer of the executive search firm Christian & Timbers advises companies to focus on the human traits of a candidate rather than the record of their previous company.


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