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Rethinking the Internet

According to one expert “Strip away the hype, and at its essence the Net is a tool for faster, better communications” (Mandel and Hof 121). Many feel that the unrealized potential of the Internet is due to the fact that most view it as an alternative means of traditional forms of competition as opposed to a complimentary tool to enhance competition. While the Web has attracted millions of users, caused an explosion in technological investment, and resulted in a surge of productivity growth, E-tailing is still a minor portion of Internet revenues, technology orders have gone flat, and Internet stocks continue to rapidly decline. For this reason, the authors feel the Internet will have the most revolutionar


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