> Dot-Com Craze Peaked 10 Years Ago This Week
Dot-Com Craze Peaked 10 Years Ago This Week
netbuzz writes “When the NASDAQ stock index hit its all-time high of 5,133 on March 10, 2000, it had more than doubled in a year and the dot-com bubble was already leaking in a big way. A week later the NASDAQ had fallen 9 percent. A year later it was below 2000. Gone were such poster children of the era as Pets.com, Kozmo, and — who could forget? — Whoopi Goldberg’s Flooz. Here’s a look back.”
Source: Dot-Com Craze Peaked 10 Years Ago This Week
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