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  1. 1. dotcom bubble
  2. 2. With the dotcom bubble The dotcom bubble is abnormal high tide of actual demand investment and the equity investment of the dot.com company which stood around a market of the United States of America at the end of 1990s. Much IT-related ventures called "the dot- com company" were established, and the stock prices abnormally rose from 1999 through 2000, but I took it in 2001, and the bubble split open.
  3. 3. Bubble growth With less concentration and much IT companies took action earlier. Therefore the stakeholder of the venture business did record growth. And the growth became bigger because I got many rivals. And the low interest of 1998-99 helped this growth.
  4. 4. Soaring stocks The Nasdaq composite index of the NASDAQ with many communication-related brands changed with around 1,000 in 1996, but I exceeded 2000 in 1999 and showed 5048 of the top on March 10, 2000. Similar tendency was seen in not only American shares but also Europe, Asia and the stock market of Japan. Such venture company founder who went public inside had vast wealth in its hand and accelerated a venture establishment boom around Silicon Valley.
  5. 5. The bubble bursts The bubble bursts In the collapse of the stock prices, much IT- related ventures were driven into the bankruptcy, and the American IT-related unemployment of 2002 reached 560,000. The company support fund around the Silicon Valley was forced to reduction and the abolition temporarily, and only some ventures including Google, Amazon.com and the e- bay survived.
  6. 6. Aftermath The direct investment of the IT-related company occurred successively in small country Ireland where had low wage cost in the English zone in European countries, and Ireland achieved the economic growth called "the miracle of the Celts" to this boom. As for the bubble burst, the blow to economy of Ireland was not decisive. Investment software- related in India with much English population increased and had a good influence on economy of India.
  7. 7. In Japan Communication, cell-phone connection stock mainly existing as for what was targeted for investment because most companies withdraw from OS war in the book, and many fields including a browser and the search engine development have already played second fiddle to the United States company, computer connection stock, semiconductor, communications cable or optical communication, Osaka cable broadcasting, a newly-listed stock including Sofmap.
  8. 8. significant to the bubble ・Boo.com, spent $188 million in just six months in an attempt to create a global online fashion store. Went bankrupt in May 2000. ・Startups.com was the "ultimate dot-com startup." Went out of business in 2002. ・open.com - Was a big software security producer, reseller and distributor, declared in bankruptcy in 2001. ・lastminute.com, whose IPO in the UK coincided with the bursting of the bubble.
  9. 9. ・GovWorks.com – the doomed dot-com featured in the documentary film Startup.com. ・pets.com - a former dot-com enterprise that sold pet supplies to retail customers before entering bankruptcy in 2000. ・Xcelera.com, a Swedish investor in start-up technology firms."Greatest one-year rise of any exchange-listed stock in the history of Wall Street." ・inktomi with a valuation of $25 billion in March 2000. ・GeoCities, purchased by Yahoo! for $3.57 billion in January 1999.Yahoo! closed GeoCities on October 26, 2009
  10. 10. reference http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot-com_bubble http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%82%A4% E3%83%B3%E3%82%BF%E3%83%BC% E3%83%8D%E3%83%83%E3%83%88%E3% 83%BB%E3%83%90%E3%83%96%E3%83% AB

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