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With daily high-tech bankruptcies, layoffs and boardroom blowups, concerns are peaking over the sector that many hoped would fuel America's economic future. These latest developments come atop continued stock market blues and a new wariness among venture capitalists. Is it a predictable and healthy shakeout that follows an era of irrational hype, or an overreaction that could wreak lasting damage on a vital economic engine? What about the toll it's taking on a generation of young risk-takers and new age tycoons? We get perspectives from Internet strategists, analysts, and venture capitalists. (Matt Miller guest hosts.)
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