Noah talks with Pat Sullivan, Executive Editor of TheStandard.com, about the site's databases tracking Internet companies that have gone belly up -- or are likely to. It's Flop Tracker lists dot.coms that have failed, and explains why; its layoff tracker explains why firms have been downsized; and its ex-exec tracker profiles CEO's and other e-businesspeople who find themselves out of work. Sullivan says even though about 30-thousand people have been laid off and dozens of companies have folded, the Internet industry as a whole is healthy. (4:30) See http://thestandard.com/ for more info.
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