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Starving to death on $200 million : the short, absurd life of The industry standard

Author: James Ledbetter
Publisher: New York : Public Affairs, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Chronicles the short life and quick demise of the "Business Week of the Internet economy," the publishing phenomenon founded in 1998 that generated more than $200 million in revenue but was gone, along with the dot-com boom, by 2001.
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Genre/Form: Periodicals
Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Ledbetter
ISBN: 1586481290 9781586481292
OCLC Number: 50315128
Description: xii, 291 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: An Overdose, or a Murder? --
Impatient with the Present --
To Create a Revolution --
Meet Uncle Pat --
The Next Economic Paradigm --
What Bucket? --
Trading Places --
The Anti-Hype --
How to Hire in a Hurry --
The Industry Standard Is Not for You --
When Am I Going to Get My Money Back? --
This Week's Billionaires --
What's IT? --
Take the Bullet --
Calling a Bluff --
Sucked into the Net --
Manhattans on the Roof --
Invasion of the T-Shirt Models --
150 Percent Wrong --
Deja Vu --
What Do You Mean by "Wrong"? --
The Fat Year Begins --
We Become the Bible --
Who's Afraid of Boo.com? --
TheStreet Goes Wild --
Growing Fast and Furious --
The $9 Million Man --
Dharma, Greg, and Daytrading --
Everybody Wants to Be Drudge --
Rise of the Web, Sort Of --
"Grok" Around the Clock --
Selling the $50,000 Cocktail Party --
Fight the Power! --
Lowering the Standards --
What's Bamboo.com? --
Management for Dummies --
Doesn't Herb Look Like a CFO? --
We Need More Buckets! --
We Might Be Giants --
The Lure of CRM --
Roadrunner, Not Bugs Bunny --
That's a Fuck-Up --
Where's Duluth? --
You Get What You Pay For --
Don't Let It Fall into the Wrong Hands --
Parties and Picket Lines --
How Fat Is Too Fat? --
Global Domination --
Flying Blind into Europe --
I Can't Think of Three More Boring Words --
None of Our Business --
Coffee and Budgets --
It's All in the BHAG --
Snake Heads --
God Save the Editor --
My Turn to Buy the Toilet Paper --
Get Used to It --
Au Revoir to All That --
Where Are the Heroes?.
Other Titles: Starving to death on two hundred million dollars a year
Responsibility: Jame Ledbetter.

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Chronicles the short life and quick demise of the "Business Week of the Internet economy," the publishing phenomenon founded in 1998 that generated more than $200 million in revenue but was gone, along with the dot-com boom, by 2001.

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