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Scott Kirsner | Innovation Economy

The Internet bubble

It might pop again, but some say that may not be a bad thing

By Scott Kirsner
November 25, 2007

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On March 10, 2000, the software company that employed Raj Bala went public, making him a millionaire on paper. That day later became famous as the moment the Nasdaq index hit the ceiling and the beginning of the dot-com recession. (Full article: 985 words)

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