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In Depth (Internet Stocks) #626659

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 12, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Stock Market Report.

(Seattle: Mike Jensen) The rise of Internet company stocks featured; details given of the rise of book company Amazon.com among others. [Amazon.com founder Jeff BEZOS - says he never thought things could go this well.] [Small investor Charlotte RUSH - tells how her investment in Amazon.com has paid off.] [Broadcast.com chairman Mark CUBAN - says the best is yet to come.] [Analyst Rick BARRY - says trading Internet stocks is the biggest speculative mania he has seen.] [Analyst Derek BROWN - says businesses will move online.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw; Studio: Ron Insana) Predictions about the value of Internet stock in the next few months discussed.

Brokaw, Tom;
Insana, Ron;
Jensen, Mike

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