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Re: Back in Black - Now What?
Posted by: Bob Woods 2002-12-11 14:39:58
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The dot-com landscape is littered with the wreckage of e-commerce companies that did not survive the Internet shakeout. The bright side of this bleak reality is that those e-businesses still standing are far more likely to be profitable than their deceased brethren were. The question now is: What lies ahead for these survivors?


Re: Back in Black - Now What?
Posted by: hashim80 2002-12-11 14:42:19 In reply to: Bob Woods
Wow, I guess these so called journalists only know about one company. That is all they talk about. How about telling people about companies that they don't read about EVERY DAY, like barnesandnoble.com and drugstore.com?
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