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Tech `negativity bubble' begins to deflate

By Scott Kirsner
January 12, 2004

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Things are percolating once again in the tech sector -- though it doesn't yet feel like a fully caffeinated recovery. For the last few years, there was widespread skepticism that innovative technology would ever again have much of an impact on business and in society at large. Some questioned whether start-ups could hope to challenge entrenched tech giants, and whether ... (Full Article: 1038 Words)

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