The Internet stock index

Harmon, Steve
November 1997
Network World;11/10/97, Vol. 14 Issue 45, p41
Trade Publication
Presents a chart reflecting the stock prices of the Internet industry in the United States as of November 10, 1997. Includes Home Network; Amazon.Com Inc.; America Online Inc.


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