West Coast-based Bob Dixon, who served as director of marketing communication for a Fortune 200 company division when it devolved into a dot-com startup
via a merger with another firm.
and a dot-com startup
called Office-Domain (founded by former Compaq execs) introduced two new online messaging solutions.
a dot-com startup
, and adviser to local, state and federal political campaigns.
People being interviewed for our regular Cutting Edge feature, Dot-com Startup
of the Month, have lately begun to complain: "Do you have to call us a dot-com?
and later was employed as Marketing Director at Web of Care, an aggressive dot-com startup
, where he implemented cost effective traffic generation strategies and built large and active web communities.
Silicon Valley lawyer Gary Reback, credited with instigating the anti-trust case against Microsoft, would have made the list except for the fact that he stopped practicing law -- to become CEO of a dot-com startup
At Chubb, Barros helped underwrite initial public offerings for dot-com startups
, supporting new business growth.
Advertising agencies, public relations firms, and dot-com startups
have been drawn to the large ceilings and loft-like spaces at midrise buildings like 20 West 22nd Street, all for asking rents at a relative bargain.
Now another peak and valley are on the horizon--not in Silicon Valley but far away in India, and not among dot-com startups
but among providers of outsourcing services, from call centers to software development houses.
Given the complexity and many-to-many connections, a number of dot-com startups
and spin-offs have emerged hoping to streamline this business.
A year or so ago, when venture capital was still flowing freely into dot-com startups
, David Asseoff decided that building his business with other peoples' money wasn't for him.
While viruses and hackers are the big headaches for dot-com startups
, a new survey reports they may be vulnerable to sexual-harassment claims and other employee lawsuits.