This was a period when outsourcing caught on and the dotcom crash
The report said that AltaVista was sold off in 1999 to a venture capital firm who prepared an IPO that was abandoned in the wake of the dotcom crash
of 2001 and was later bought by Overture in 2003 and Yahoo acquired it a year later.
Nonsensical valuations in emerging markets will vanish, just as they did in the Dotcom crash
amp;nbsp; The demand remains high but fears are settling in that it may be overpriced signaling a bubble and reminders of dotcom crash
experiences in the past.
In 2000 for instance, the dotcom bubble took off, which saw people buying technology funds at its peak, only to be very quickly disappointed when the dotcom crash
This core belief, which Potter built on from his experience as General Manager at CarMax, was key to CarDirect's ability to weather the dotcom crash
and evolve into today's successful public company, Internet Brands, Inc.
Jake Zamansky, an attorney who pursued investment banks after the dotcom crash
on behalf of investors, predicted Deloitte would ultimately comply with the subpoena.
The huge figure is bound to stoke fears about a new dotcom crash
and even the US Securities and Exchange Commission is beginning to get interested.
For instance, globally, the dotcom crash
wiped out $5 trillion in market value for technology companies from March 2000 to October 2002.
During the dotcom crash
of 2001, Apple invented the iPod.
In the same way that the dotcom crash
didn't put an end to the internet, the recent property crash does not mean the market for housing is gone.
This dire performance even surpasses the 25% slide witnesses in the midst of the dotcom crash