Easy dot com, easy dot go

Vogelstein, Fred; Rae-Dupree, Janet; Sloan, Paul; Holstein, William J.
May 2000
U.S. News & World Report;05/01/2000, Vol. 128 Issue 17, p42
Discusses the volatility that has hit the Internet industry and how this has caused many workers in the industry to re-evaluate their jobs. Amount of money that venture capitalists invested in Internet startups in 1999; Why investors are staying away from most Internet companies; Why the shift in sentiment may be permanent; Why Internet companies are beginning to refuse to use the '.com' suffix in their names.


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