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a company that operates its business primarily on the internet using a URL that ends in '

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We have learnt, according to Huddle co-founder and CEO Alastair Mitchell, who is adamant that the recent success in Shoreditch is nothing like the boom and bust of the dot-com bubble a decade earlier.
The end of February 2000 also marked the end of the dot-com bubble.
com and then Sagebit to "fix the broken bodies that the dot-com bubble created.
This is the steepest one-off raise in a share sale taking place after the dot-com bubble burst in 2000.
Oracle, shareholders claimed that Oracle misled them when it blamed a missed profit forecast in 2001 on the dot-com bubble burst.
The dot-com bubble was characterized by amazing, even "irrationally exuberant" growth in the price of technology stocks during the period of 1995-2000.
Since many of today's managers haven't lived through challenging times in their career, Nicholas Read, author of Selling to the C-Suite (Mc-Graw Hill, 2010), offers tips from former executives at companies who successfully survived the 1970s stock-market crash and 1990s dot-com bubble for achieving sustainable growth, even through the recession:
NSC officials indicated that the overall shrinkage in the three science parks' annual revenue in 2009, which hadn't been seen since the dot-com bubble burst in 2001, was mainly caused by the global financial tsunami that broke out in September of 2008, which severely impacted Taiwanese enterprises across all industries, especially high-tech companies, who contribute the largest proportion to science parks' annual revenues.
With lessons learned from historical trends including the dot-com bubble, he discusses the strategies of creating new forms of value, adding value, reducing costs, and developing markets.
He managed to dodge the dot-com bubble burst by a hair, pursuing commercial construction instead.
In the late 1990s, the dot-com bubble burst and there was a glut of information-technology professionals on the job market.
An esteemed group of collaborators examines the role of the bursting of the dot-com bubble, the history of previous episodes of current account adjustments, and the possibility of the Euro surpassing the dollar as the leading international reserve currency, Although there are areas of broad agreement--that the imbalances will ultimately decline and that currency revaluations will be part of the solution--many areas of contention remain regarding both the dangers of imbalances and the possible forms of adjustment.
34 yesterday, topping the previous high recorded at the peak of the dot-com bubble on January 14, 2000.
Despite the bursting of the dot-com bubble, the National Total Rent Index registered a 3.