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The Dot-Com Wipeout: Picking up the Pieces. Adam Rombel; Global Finance 14(12) Dec 2000, p. 39.
It's Déja Vu In VC World As Second- Round Money Grows. Barbara Etzel; The Investment Dealers' Digest: IDD, Jan 22, 2001, p.1.
The Financing Of Technology-Based Small Firms: A Review Of The Literature. Peter Brierley; Bank of England. Quarterly Bulletin, Spring 2001, pp:65-83.
Dot-Com Layoffs and Shutdowns (a web site from Dow Jones Interactive).
The Disposable Corporation. Wired, April 2001.
Less Burn, More Lift. George Anders; Fast Company, April 2001, p.190.
Who Will Rise From the Ashes?: 40 Stocks Will Survive. G. Christian Hill; eCompany Now, March 2001.
Darwin Redux. Cynthia Robbins-Roth; Forbes, Feb 19, 2001, p.116.
Dot.com Success! Surviving the Fallout and Consolidation by Sally Richards
Winning the Technology Talent War: A Manager's Guide to Recruiting and Retaining Tech Workers in a Dot-Com World by Mary Ellen Brantley and Chris Coleman
Planning for E-Business: Using the IBM E-Business Framework by Cate Richards
The Guru Guide to the New Economy: The Best Ideas for Operating Profitably in a Dot.COM World by Jimmie T. Boyett and Joseph H. Boyett
Creative Destruction: Business Survival Strategies in the Global Internet Economy by Lee W. McKnight, Paul M. Vaaler and Raul Luciano Katz
Leading at the Speed of Change: Using New Economy Rules to Invigorate Old Economy Companies by William Capodagli and Lynn Jackson
Computingfailure.COM: War Stories from the Trenches of the Electronic Revolution by Robert L. Glass
Heskett Column - Dot.Com Shakeout: Chess or Roulette? ADD RES