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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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The dot com bubble in california

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  • 1. The DotCom Bubble in California s1190116 Kazuhiro Tasaki
  • 2. The dot-com bubble ・1997–2000 (March 10) ・equity value rise rapidly from growth in the Internet sector and related fields. ・World Wide Web ・Mosaic web browser
  • 3. ・Founding of a group of new Internet-based companies referred to as dot-coms. ・In many cases, spectacular failure ・prefix investing ・The collapse of the bubble took place during 2000-2001.
  • 4. Bubble growth ・The low interest rates in 1998–99 helped increase the start-up capital amounts. ・harnessing network effects ・build market share ・get big fast
  • 5. Soaring stocks ・bubble bursts ・Encouraged the public to invest in risky companies. ・barred from reselling the shares ・Quitting their jobs to become full-time day traders.
  • 6. Free spending ・Depend on expand customer ・Get large or get lost ・Public awareness campaigns ・growth over profits ・new economy
  • 7. ・Next Silicon Valley ・Building network-enabled office space ・Technology Corridor ・Due to the highly networked nature of the IT industry.
  • 8. The bubble bursts ・ Friday, March 10, 2000 ・The NASDAQ ・Burning Up ・By 2001, the bubble was deflating at full speed.
  • 9. Aftermath ・Early 2000s recession ・to file for bankruptcy ・Become industry-dominating mega-firms. ・The stock market crash of 2000–2002 ・The 9/11 terrorist destruction
  • 10. Reference http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot-com_bubble http://e-words. jp/w/E38389E38383E38388E382B3E383A0E3 8390E38396E383AB.html

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