Getting it

Osborne, D. M.
March 2000
Inc.;Mar2000, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p48
Looks at the challenges faced by Rick Inatome, a famed computer company founder, when he took the chief executive officer position at ZapMe Corp., an Internet start-up. Impact of his position in ZapMe on his views on the Internet economy; Effect on the way he dresses; Benefits of intangible partnerships to stock value according to Inatome.


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