Prather, Michelle
June 2001
Entrepreneur;Jun2001, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p17
Discusses how start-up Internet companies survive in the United States in 2001, in spite of the increasing number of Internet companies filing for bankruptcy. Suggestion from professor Anne Miner from the University of Wisconsin; Lessons that companies learn from their competitors.


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