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Start-ups attract big talent, financing

In the coming months, a crop of well-financed, second-generation Net start-ups backed by major talent--including former employees of Yahoo, Netscape, and @Home--will hit the Net running.

 

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In the coming months, a crop of well-financed, second-generation Net start-ups backed by major talent--including former employees of Yahoo, Netscape, and @Home--will hit the Net running.

"The big problem with the Internet is that nobody can provide really rich data. For example, the end user can't get full-stream video."

- Jon Mittelhauser, manager of software products, Geocast

 


Firm paving its own broadband highway
An Internet start-up plans to speed the delivery of broadband digital content by bypassing the Internet altogether.

Have an Epinion?
A Silicon Valley Web start-up plans to become an online destination for shoppers who want to share information about products.

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Distributors help retail latecomers get online
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Shaken, stirred, or online?
An e-commerce start-up could soon provide some hangover relief to businesses searching for a central place to order wholesale liquor online.

Bigstep takes leap with free Web solutions
As it enters the crowded field of providing small-business Web sites, Bigstep.com offers a pricing structure that has become standard for consumer Web services: it's free.

Palm's Abrams lands at start-up Chemdex
update Robin Abrams, who recently resigned as president of Palm Computing, is named chief operating officer of an e-commerce start-up.