IPO plan lands CEO but sinks company

Rosenwein, Rifka
June 2001
Inc.;Jun2001, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p36
Focuses on the failure of the Internet company Jato Communications to launch its planned initial public offering following the recruitment of Gerald Dinsmore as the company's chief executive officer. Reorganization of various management positions in the company following the recruitment; Nature of the business operations of the company; Reaction of the company founders on the move of Dinsmore.


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