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Resource ID: #20518
Subject: Internet
Source: Fortune Magazine
Affiliation: 
Date: March 20th, 2000

Description

This multi-piece report analyzes the ethical transgressions that some Internet entrepeneurs have performed as Internet-based companies have become more valuable in the stock market during the last part of the 1990's and the beginning of the 2000 decade. The reporters tell the story of several CEO's who made millions of dollars by selling stock of companies they were running and which seemed robust, but were extremely volatile.

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