The turbulent New Economy
is producing a workplace and supply chain focused on innovation and new choices.
He says African Americans have little information on how Cleveland's new economy
will include them.
The New Economy
still seems alive, if not quite as healthy as it was in the late 1990s.
The Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy
is working on a computer program that would allow developers to complete the impact statements in a matter of hours and at minimal cost, said James Elmendorf, a research analyst for the group.
On Wall Street, the concept of a new economy
justified speculative stock prices.
The report reviews a range of studies and articles that compare accounting treatments for traditional assets and the challenges of new economy
notions of intangible assets.
For example, in his review of 'Direct From Dell' by Michael Dell, the founder of the Dell Computer Corporation, Middleton points out that the author may not be as significant to the future of the new economy
as he was in bringing it about.
The darlings of the business-to-consumer (B2C) segment have become the villains of the new economy
One New Economy
laggard, the youth Web-site operator Snowball.
The business world is also undergoing rapid change from an industrial age to a new economy
based on information, the Internet, and global networks.
Simply put, the new economy
is the Internet-based version of the "Old Economy.
Not a low risk-strategy, but he pulls it off, explaining what makes the New Economy
function as effectively as Adam, Milton, and Rose describe their work.