The Do’s and Don’ts That Destroyed the Dot Coms

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Nowhere is the failure of the dot comes more clearly illustrated than with the bankruptcy of Webvan. This company had everything it should take to be a success: a long list of large-pocketed investors, a bankroll of cash, and some of the most brilliant management minds money could buy. But without the right research and planning, Webvan became the poster child of the dot-com bust.

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