This paper by faculty from the University of Virginia Darden School (Laseter) and the University of Maryland Smith School of Business finds that the dot-com failure
rate between 2000 and 2002 was much closer to 50 percent than to the widely believed 90 percent.
When the stock market began to tank and dot-com failure
set in, he was happy he had chosen the more staid applications-development track, which he said involves a lot of computer programming.
Now he's faced with the task of piloting a competitive dot-com entity in an era of dot-com failure
The reason for the dot-com failure
, Hendren said, is that most of them advertised only with other Internet companies.
com, which collapsed this month in Europe's first big dot-com failure
after a big haemorrhage of cash which spooked Net investors worldwide.
The two partners have transformed eHobbies from a dot-com failure
into a robust and fast-growing company.
Tap The Hidden Job Market In 15 Days is a guide to using a direct-calling strategy to get a job quickly in the wake of dot-com failures
, increased automization, and other twenty-first century obstacles that make earning a living more difficult than ever before.
While there are plenty of high-profile stories about dot-com failures
in the mortgage space, there have been many more Internet success stories.
The significant drop in our customer base that resulted from local dot-com failures
and layoffs proved unsustainable and so we closed at the end of June 2001.
Basically an extended version of the site, F'd Companies is a compendium of New Economy stupidity, an incredulous chronicle of some of the biggest dot-com failures
In today's dog-eat-dog economy, burdened by daily dot-com failures
and the increasing instability of the markets in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of Sept.
Shareholders of The Internet Fund have been able to avoid many of the dot-com failures
because our research uncovered deteriorating fundamentals more than two years ago," said Samson.