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November 7: Closes, Dot Com Bubble Bursts


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Jeffrey Powers

Madison, WI

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November 7: Closes, Dot Com Bubble Bursts

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2000 - It was a time that would be known as when the Bubble burst. The event technically happened on March 10, 2000. Since that time,  dot com-ers began losing their sites and livelihood. Although had a pretty good run and marketing strategy, they didn’t have the momentum to keep investors on board. The company worked hard at trying to sell, but even the puppet mascot of a dog holding a microphone wasn’t enough to reel in an interested buyer. The only good sales at were the sock puppets, which was eventually sold upon bankruptcy to a company called Bar None – an auto loan firm.

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  • IBM and Motorola shun Microsoft on a new computer platform
  • Atari makes IPO
  • the Craigslist bandit