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Dot-com Dogs One big difference

December 9, 1999 1:27 PM

Dot-com Dogs

One big difference between and its lookalike competitors is that's founders and backers have a superabundance of chutzpah. In October, the company announced plans to sell $125 million of stock to the public. That's a lot of money -- a lot of tech company IPOs raise under $100 million; Yahoo's IPO in 1996 asked investors for only $37 million.

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