Freedman, David H.
May 2000
Inc.;May2000, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p94
Focuses on Shore.Net, an Internet service provider in Lynn, Massachusetts. Economic conditions of Lynn; Revenue growth and sales of Shore.Net; Role of Shore.Net's inner city location in its success according to its founder Lowell Gray; Amount of loan it received from the Economic Development and Industrial Corp. of Lynn; Renovation costs incurred by Shore.Net at Lynn. INSET: How green is your Silicon Valley?.


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