new economy

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new economy

n
(Economics) the postindustrial world economy based on internet trading and advanced technology
Translations
économie en ligne
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It is also the latest headache for Californians, who have endured the energy crisis, the collapse of the dot-com economy and a federal cutback in one of the state's main water supplies.
With the collapse of the dot-com economy based largely on the simple, unobtrusive banner ad, Web publishers are desperately trying to come up with other viable business models.
In appropriating these images of cheerful consumers from the fifties, I was deliberately setting up a sort of dissonance--the future never quite seems to happen the way the public relations people tell us it will, whether you're talking about flying cars or the dot-com economy.
DWP, however, is not exempt from the tremendous surge of electrical growth we've experienced with the Internet and dot-com economy.
With the collapse of the dot-com economy, property owners see NetStruxr, with our growing community of Global 2000 companies, as one of the best and most viable sources of new potential tenants," says Greg Williams, Chairman/CEO of NetStruxr.
Out here in California, we had the dot-com economy collapsing along with the Nasdaq, to put a damper on things.
Sun Microsystems is committed to providing technology training for teachers so they can make the most effective use of technology in the classroom and give their students the skills they need to succeed in today's dot-com economy," remarked Kim Jones, Sun Microsystems vice president for global Education and research.