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On the bankruptcy of internet companies: An empirical inquiry

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  • Cochran, James J.
  • Darrat, Ali F.
  • Elkhal, Khaled

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  • Cochran, James J. & Darrat, Ali F. & Elkhal, Khaled, 2006. "On the bankruptcy of internet companies: An empirical inquiry," Journal of Business Research, Elsevier, vol. 59(10-11), pages 1193-1200, October.
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