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The dot com bubble in california
The dot com bubble in california
The dot com bubble in california
The dot com bubble in california
The dot com bubble in california
The dot com bubble in california
The dot com bubble in california
The dot com bubble in california
The dot com bubble in california
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  • 1. The DotCom Bubble in California s1180043 Mitsuru Abe
  • 2.  What’s The DotCom Bubble in California  Background  Internet Business  Global impact  Collapse of the IT bubble  In Japanese Outline
  • 3.  The late 1990s, is an abnormal storm surge of equity investment and investment real demand of Internet- related companies that stood in the center of the United States market.  IT venture many called “DotCom company" was established. What’s The DotCom Bubble in California
  • 4.  The late 1990s, the possibility of e-commerce that can handle a large number of interactive direct communication with consumers is a reality. Therefore, many companies have Internet-related investment. Attention was focused on IT companies to provide these services. Background
  • 5.  Business model over the Internet have been created one after another. Business with a focus on the provision of content, business advertising-driven, Internet e- commerce Broadly speaking. Internet Business
  • 6.  Direct investment of IT companies continued to small country Ireland wage costs were lower in the English- speaking world among the European countries. Blow to the Irish economy was not decisive collapse of the bubble. Investment in software is also increasing in India English population is large, I have a positive impact on the Indian economy. Global impact
  • 7.  IT-related venture many are forced into bankruptcy, IT unemployment in the United States in 2002 amounted to 560 000 people. Google, e-bay and Amazon-dot-com survived in it. Collapse of the IT bubble
  • 8.  IT bubble of Japan will not last long, I fell in March 2000. Net bubble in Japan collapsed net of other lower the value significantly in the same period. But the economy was sluggish by the prolonged recession of the post-bubble Japanese economy. Impact on Japan of the IT bubble collapse with a focus on the United States was extremely limited. In Japanese
  • 9.  Technology who just graduated from university in the United States came to be gathered a lot of money just to distribute the presentation. Commercial potential was questionable to entrepreneurship statement of intent many. Also suspicious is included for technical feasibility. Outline
  • 10.  http://bls.gov/opub/regional_reports/200908_silicon_ valley_high_tech.htm  http://www.wisegeek.org/what-was-the-dot-com- bubble.htm  http://www.nethistory.info/History%20of%20the%20Int ernet/dotcom.html  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot-com_bubble Reference

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