Investors on the Hunt For New Search Firms

O'Connor, Colleen Marie
September 2005
Investment Dealers' Digest;9/19/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 35, p22
Trade Publication
Reports on the willingness of technology-focused institutional investors to infuse investments into the Internet search industry in the U.S. Impression about the limited investment opportunities in the industry; Reference on the struggle of search and categorization solutions provider, Convera Corp., in introducing a semantic search engine; Optimism of investors about the prospects of investing in the technology sector.


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