While Wall Street's busy patting itself on the back for pushing the Dow above the 11,000-point threshold for the first time on Monday, Internet investors have to be wondering when this latest downturn will ever end.
By Larry Barrett
| May 4, 1999 -- 07:06 GMT (00:06 PDT)
| Topic: Networking
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