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The past two years have been particularly difficult for telecom and high-technology companies. Some pundits smugly claim that it is their own fault. Their own executives did them in, is a shout that I often hear. Another is They had it too easy for too long. Now they have to compete, and they are falling on their faces.

There is some truth to those statements.

But there is also ......

Full article >>> hnology businesses. They burned their hands, and now seem to not want to go near the fire. The market demand for technology and innovation is still there and growing. Things like Broadband and competitive telecom needs did not go away! How some companies tried to meet those needs is what got us into trouble. But the actual needs are still there.

I propose that money market people (VCs an......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Dennis Parker 05/12/03


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