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Synonyms for dot-com

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

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James Fanshawe, e-business risk management partner at Pricewaterhouse Coopers in Birmingham, said: 'The survey highlights that the failure of the dot.
My fellow professors at the university used to choke on their lattes as they shared stories of colleagues who had bolted for dot.
In fact, 25 percent of all the new leases last year came from the dot.
The ability and willingness to take equity positions in a dot.
We're seeing movement in both directions now, not just employees moving from conventional companies to dot.
It's clear that technology salaries are on the rise, but this year, many job seekers are more weary of the hazards of dot.
We are excited about having a world class facility providing phenomenal resources to our staff and allowing us to offer incubation facilities to our Dot.
According to a panel, led by Alan Choi, Managing Director of Korn/Ferry's e-business practice in Greater China and made up of dot.
Phobos offers low-cost, intelligent Internet traffic management enabling dot.
com and portal companies to extend their ad-supported web business models to the world of speech and wireless (see today's related release, SpeechWorks Introduces SpeechSpot--Delivering Phone-Based Ads for Dot.
Companies continue to seek opportunities to migrate their call center operations from cost centers to profit centers, and dot.