The Net Doesn't Change Everything

Manes, Stephen
September 2000
PCWorld;Sep2000, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p270
Comments on online business enterprises and the Internet industry. Problem with the business plans of Internet companies; Problems with content sites; Finance and entrepreneurship in regard to the Internet industry; Assertion that business that are not offering a valued product will not succeed.


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