The Internet and Technology
In introductory remarks to The Wall Street Journal’s conference on technology and the Internet, two industry leaders talked about the… read more
In introductory remarks to The Wall Street Journal’s conference on technology and the Internet, two industry leaders talked about the impact of electronic business on the global economy. Among the issues they addressed were how the Internet had changed business practices and structures, future trends for businesses, and how e-business will change future markets. After their comments they answered questions from the audience. close
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John T. Chambers President Cisco Systems
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Tim Koogle President and CEO Yahoo!
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