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Reevaluating the New Economy
Posted by Solstice on 2001-06-06 19:10:59
The New Economy was supposed to save us from injustice and level barriers -- instead, it has suffered a barrage of layoffs and bankruptcies that illustrate that injustice is alive and well.

Two cases in point: Webvan's George Shaheen has a sweeter-than-sugar compensation package while shareholders suffer, and CyberRebate left its customers holding the bag.

How should we as consumers approach New Economy e-businesses now, after the dawn of the morning after? What's changed, what's the same, and how can we figure out who's legit and who's not?





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