Larry Dignan over at ZDNet offers an amusing comparison between how Barron’s wrote off “Amazon.bomb” in 1999 and how they dubbed Amazon “the world’s best retailer” in their current issue’s cover story.
Check it out: “What a difference a decade makes: Barron’s proclaims Amazon best retailer“. Makes me wonder what cover stories about online media and social networks will look like a decade from now.
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